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Amazon, Apple, Google, RIM Recommended By CNBC's Jim Cramer

June 06, 2007

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN:US), Apple Inc. (AAPL:US), Google Inc. (GOOG:US) and Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM:US) were recommended by CNBC ``Mad Money'' host Jim Cramer, who said they are top technology stocks.

Investors should buy these companies when the stock market declines as it did today, said Cramer, a former hedge fund manager. He called Amazon, Apple, Google and Research In Motion the ``backbone'' of the technology sector.

Shares of Amazon declined $1.36 to $72.29 in regular U.S. trading before Cramer's comments were aired. Apple shares gained 97 cents to $123.64 in regular trading. Google declined 59 cents to $518.25 in regular trading. Research In Motion declined $3.49 to $164.78 in regular trading.

To contact the reporter on this story: Adam Satariano in San Francisco at Asatariano1@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Jeff Ward at jward@bloomberg.net


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Companies Mentioned

  • AMZN
    (Amazon.com Inc)
    • $320.0 USD
    • -0.41
    • -0.13%
  • AAPL
    (Apple Inc)
    • $98.38 USD
    • -0.64
    • -0.65%
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