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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
Collins noted that the stock has been a wild trader, a roller coaster with large gaps higher and lower as it trades in a channel between $45 and $50 a share. But today's breakout above $50 could be the start of a larger trend, as both the RSI momentum indicator and the MACD oscillator indicating bullish conditions.
Collins felt that if Twitter can hold above $50 a share for two weeks, then it could end the year at $66.50 a share. Cramer agreed with that sentiment, saying this company may finally be getting its act together and the market may finally be noticing.
AMN Healthcare (AHS): In an exclusive interview, Cramer spoke with Susan Salka, AMN's president and CEO to see why this stock is up 51% since Cramer last checked in just seven months ago.
Salka said that AMN continues to see great momentum in all of its businesses from nursing to physicians to physical and occupational therapists. She noted the strength stems from both an aging population and millions of Americans gaining access to health care for the first time.
AMN is also on the cutting edge of technology, with the largest database of qualified talent and new vendor management systems to help health care professionals manage their businesses more efficiently.
Small said that Gogo remains committed to bringing more bandwidth to the skies. As that happens, that bandwidth will be used for more and more things. Ultimately, Small sees Gogo potentially making more money by connecting the plane and its crew to the Internet than it does by connecting passengers.
As Gogo begins to deploy its next generation of air-to-satellite systems on a global scale, Small said his company's services could be used for real-time predictive maintenance on aircraft, as well as helping to find out what happened when things go wrong and for finding downed aircraft a lot faster.
3M (MMM - Get Report), Honeywell (HON - Get Report) and Boeing (BA - Get Report): Some companies just defy Wall Street's expectations, and Cramer noted that these three stellar industrial names do just that.
He said not only do these companies deliver tremendous innovation and operational excellence, but they're also shareholder friendly with huge dividends and share repurchase programs. Investors would be hard pressed to find better-run companies than these fine examples, Cramer concluded.
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