"You have to do the opposite of what the hedge funds do, because they're just incapable of making money for you," said Jim Cramer on Wednesday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC.

"When I see the hedge funds running out of


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, I have to go right back in them."

Cramer likes


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, for example, but "you've got to wait for a pullback on these. Every hedge fund's piled back in," he said.

Switching gears, infrastructure stocks "continue to go up," said Cramer. "These stocks are too cheap."

Specifically, he mentioned


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. "If I were

Illinois Tool Works

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," he said, "why not buy Manitowoc?"

Cramer said that viewers interested in


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should "buy the 82% of


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that it doesn't own." MercadoLibre recently doubled in price, though, "so you wait for a pullback," Cramer said.

Finally, Cramer called

Terra Nitrogen


"my fertilizer play" and recommended it for its dividend.

At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned .

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