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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The markets saw a pocketful of winners today, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money TV show viewers Tuesday, as investors piled into the housing stocks, the biotechs and the always-popular cult names.
Cramer said record-low interest rates seem to have finally paid off for the home builders, with stocks like DR Horton (DHI) rallying, even though the company reported disappointing results. That means good things for stocks like Whirlpool (WHR) , Sherwin-Williams (SHW) and everything else that goes into a home.
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Then there's the biotechs, with Regeneron (REGN) and ISIS Pharmaceuticals (ISIS) leading the charge in that group. Cramer said ISIS' shares rose 9% after the company announced its raising money to further expand its pipeline, and that's great news for patients and shareholders.
'Off The Charts'
In the "Off The Charts" segment, Cramer went head to head with colleague Tim Collins over the direction of oil, now that the price of crude has fallen for the past five months in a row.
Collins used a monthly chart of West Texas Intermediary Crude for his analysis, noting that only recently has the RSI momentum indicator slipped into bearish territory, signaling more pain ahead. Likewise, the Vortex indicator, a tool used to identify the start of a new trend, also signals a continued bearish trend over the near term. Collins saw no reason to take a position in oil anytime soon.
But does that mean investors should also shy away from the oil stocks? Cramer just yesterday recommended EOG Resources (EOG) , as being strong enough to pull away from crude's downward spiral, but Collins had a different idea, Exxon-Mobil (XOM) .
Collins noted that shares of Exxon don't always trade in tandem with oil prices, and with the RSI and Vortex indicators both in bullish territory, now might be one of those times. Collin felt if Exxon could break free from its current wedge formation, this stock could rally to $105 a share.
Cramer agreed, saying that Exxon is a long-term oil play and one that's not affect by the short-term moves in crude. With a safe 2.9% yield, he felt investors could do far worse than sticking with Exxon.
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