"Everything in this market has been poisoned by the Federal Reserve," said Cramer, adding the only sectors worth investing in are oil, infrastructure, agriculture, aerospace/defense, health care cost-containment and gold. "We may have lost the tech stocks," warned Cramer adding he would only trust a company like Microsoft which makes its numbers. Out of the 4,000 or more stocks Cramer keeps his eye on, he would only pick 40 or 70, including PEP, MO, KO and MHS.
Follow the Heebner: Posco (PKX), Arcelor (MT), Vimpel (VIP), Mobile Telesystems (MBT), Research In Motion (RIMM), Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ), Suncor (SU), Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR), Cnooc (CEO), CVRD (RIO), Rio Tinto (RTP), BHP Billiton (BHP), Freeport McMoRan (FCX), McDermott (MDR), Foster Wheeler (FWLT), and Fluor (FLR)
In tough times, Cramer recommends piggybacking off successful investors like Ken Heebner of the CGM Focus fund which is ranked third and increased 79.9% in 2007. Cramer noted Heebner recently sold HANs, MA and RIG, and thinks he should have held onto RIG. Cramer noted recent buys include PKX, MT, VIP, MBT, RIMM, CNQ, SU, PBr, CEO, RIO, RTP, BHP, FCX, MDR, FWLT and FLR, and concluded these moves confirm that infrastructure, oil, mining are bull markets.