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(Updated from 10:42 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" from Washington Tuesday:
"What a disappointment," Cramer said of
(RKUS - Get Report), which recently went public. "Stay away." RKUS shares fell 4.3% Tuesday.
Morgan Stanley takes
(CX - Get Report) from sell to hold. Cramer called the company a reverse housing play and "I like this call very much." CX closed the day flat.
Lazard raised its rating on
(CBI - Get Report)
. Cramer agreed, saying, "This infrastructure trade is going to be very big if we continue to find more oil in this country. CBI was up nearly 2%.
(SYK - Get Report)
from neutral to buy. "What a dog this has been," Cramer said. "Medical device companies have been so bad." Maybe it's finally right, he said. SYK shares rose nearly 2% by the close.
(DOV - Get Report)
after an analysts' day. "Industrial stocks, they are still being liked," Cramer said. "I think people must say, 'You know what? The heck with the cliff. Full speed ahead.'" DOV was flat.
Finally, Goldman said
sales trends for its UGG boots appear weak. "We know that they're weak," Cramer said, and that's why he thinks there will be a bid for the company. DECK shares closed down 2%.
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-- Written by Anthony Buccino in New York