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Tuesday May 16th 2006

'Industrial Strength'
Discussion about George David, CEO of United Technologies


Cramer:  I'm going to do something that's never been done on Mad Money before.  Today, I've got not one, but two major players here in celebration of Industrial America's resurgence.  That you should clap for!

It is no secret - even after the selloff we've had - we are in an industrial bull market! 

Everyone's expanding - especially those BRIC countries (Brazil, India, Russia and China).  And it's the U.S. industrial leaders who will provide the tools for the expansion.

First, I would like to anoint George David of United Technologies, as the best industrial CEO of the decade.

After the selloff, there are very few stocks that are at, or near, their 52-week highs.  This is one of them.

JC after interview:   No time, no time.  Let's dig a little deeper into the industrials and look at things from a different angle.  Right now, I would like to anoint Ray Milchovich, CEO of Foster Wheeler (FWLT), as simply the best turnaround artist of the decade...

I'm telling you, two thumbs up for UTX and FWLT."

Tuesday Night's Stories

'Industrial Strength'
Discussion about George David, CEO of United Technologies

'Micro Scope'
It is a play on one single buzzword - Convergence!

Jim Cramer's comments regarding a stock that he recommended that tanked

I give myself an 'F' on BKHM  (BOOKHAM, INC. ).
 I wasn't as skeptical as I might have been, and the result was a real bad call.

The bottom line!:  I've made the mistakes, so you don't have to. Play by the rules.  If you want to try to make money, you need to follow my rules - rules you can find in my book, Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World.
Those rules exist because of the horrific mistakes that I've made, and I want you to avoid.