NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- During his Stop Trading! segment on CNBC Tuesday, Jim Cramer wanted the world to know that Fed chairman Ben Bernanke is one of the "good guys" when it comes to improving the U.S. business environment.
Cramer made this comment as the Fed announced that it would keep interest rates near zero. "The Fed is not in the way," Cramer said. "Bernanke is delivering."
Cramer had a different opinion about Congress though, saying that no one can figure out its fin reg bill. "All I know is it cuts profitability."
Cramer's "miracle trade" on Tuesday was none other than
, whose stock was climbing 4.5% to $48.45 after posting strong third-quarter earnings.
Cramer also said on Tuesday that he "wants in" whenever
under $20, even though the company isn't "shooting the lights." The stock was sliding 3.4% to $19.95 Tuesday afternoon.
Cramer said all the negatives of the stock are already known. If the company doesn't preannounce a shortfall in the next few weeks, "I think you're OK," he said.
In the auto sector, Cramer declared that he likes
who "shot the lights" with one of the "greatest" reports. Both Magna and
had "monster" quarters, Cramer said. As far as
is concerned, Cramer said he can understand why some investors who've already benefited from Ford's run would want to give up the stock if it went any higher.
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-- Reported by Andrea Tse in New York
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