Jim Cramers Mad Money Stock Picks for Wednesday July 18




Jim Cramers Mad Money Stock Picks for Wednesday July 18 2007. These are all of Jim Cramer’s stock picks that are a Buy! I bold my picks.

Buy:
Apple Computer Inc (AAPL)
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN)
American Standard Companies Inc (ASD)
Allegheny Technologies Inc (ATI)
Caterpillar Inc (CAT)
Consolidated Edison Inc (ED)
Harsco Corp (HSC)
Healthways Inc. (HWAY)
Research In Motion Ltd (RIMM)
Siemens AG (SI)
Toyota Motor Corp (TM)

Sell:
Johnson & Johnson Inc (JNJ)
Merck & Co Inc (MRK)
Pfizer Inc (PFE)
SAIC, Inc (SAI)
Titanium Metals Corp (TIE)

Always do your own research as these are recommendations and I make no guarantees. No one cares about your money more than you do!

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