David E. Shaw and Jim Cramer Love These Stocks

Jim Cramer’s stock picks outperforms the market on the average. He claims the stocks he buys for his charitable trust performs even better. David E. Shaw founded D. E. Shaw in 1988. Since its establishment, the firm has earned an international reputation for financial innovation, technological leadership, and an extraordinarily distinguished staff.

Below we compiled a list of stocks both Jim Cramer and D. E. Shaw are bullish about. All stocks are in Cramer’s most recent charitable trust and in Shaw’s portfolio at the end of June.

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Apple Inc (AAPL): Apple designs, manufactures and markets a range of personal computers, mobile communication and media devices, and portable digital music players, and sells a range of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. Shaw invested $142 million in AAPL call options and $646 million in the stock, while Cramer had 200 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $389B, a P/E ratio of 16.63, and returned 30.21% since the beginning of this year. Rob Citrone had over $700 million invested in AAPL.

Bank of America Corp (BAC): Bank of America is a bank holding company and a financial holding company. Shaw invested $53.6 million in BAC stock and Cramer had 6,000 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $61.2B and lost 54.66% since the beginning of this year. John Paulson had $842 million invested in BAC ().

Du Pont E I De Nemours & Co (DD): DuPont offers a range of products and services for markets, including agriculture and food, building and construction, electronics and communications, general industrial and transportation. Shaw invested $54.5 million in DD Call and Cramer had 500 shares of DD stocks in his trust. It has a market cap of $40.8B, a P/E ratio of 12.16, and lost 10.08% since the beginning of this year. Phill Gross and Robert Atchinson’s Adage Capital had $37 million in DD shares.

EMC Corp Ma (EMC): EMC develops, delivers and supports the IT industry’s range of information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies, solutions and services. Shaw invested $63.2 million in EMC stock and Cramer had 4,000 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $46.8B, a P/E ratio of 23.87, and lost 0.96% since the beginning of this year. Ken Fisher holds the biggest position in EMC.

Express Scripts Inc (ESRX): Express Scripts is a pharmacy benefit management. Shaw invested $71.3 million in ESRX stock and Cramer had 1,300 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $19.6B, a P/E ratio of 16.29, and lost 25.85% since the beginning of this year. Stephen Mandel also had $434 million of ESRX shares. Steven Cohen also had $146 million of ESRX.

Ensco Plc (ESV): Ensco is a global offshore contract drilling company. Shaw invested $58.4 million in ESV stock and Cramer had 2,100 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $10.5B, a P/E ratio of 15.87, and lost 12.95% since the beginning of this year. David Einhorn had $225 million invested in ESV. Steven Cohen also had $160 million of ESV stocks.

Freeport McMoran Copper & Gold (FCX): Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc is a copper, gold and molybdenum mining company. Shaw invested $64.9 million in FCX Call and Cramer had 800 shares of FCX stocks in his trust. It has a market cap of $33.3B, a P/E ratio of 5.99, and lost 40.32% since the beginning of this year. Ken Fisher invested over $400 million in FCX.

International Business Machs Cor (IBM): IBM is an information technology company. Shaw invested $180 million in BAC stock and Cramer had 400 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $223B, a P/E ratio of 15.19, and returned 28.77% since the beginning of this year. Ken Fisher also had over $300 million IBM stock.

Sanofi Aventis (SNY): Sanofi-Aventis is a global and diversified healthcare company discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs. Shaw invested $102 million in SNY and Cramer had 2,600 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $92.9B, a P/E ratio of 15.23, and gained 11.97% since the beginning of this year. Ken Fisher invested nearly $600 million in SNY shares.

United Parcel Service Inc (UPS): United Parcel Service is a package delivery company. Shaw invested $52.5 million in UPS Call and Cramer had 600 shares of the stock in his trust. It has a market cap of $66.7B, a P/E ratio of 16.79, and lost 4.21% since the beginning of this year. Jason Capello and Warren Buffett both hold more than $100 million in UPS.

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