Buy ArvinMeritor( ARM) Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment Tuesday.

"I've been recommending that for a very long time," Cramer said of the auto parts company. "It's an American comeback story." He also recommended

Borg Warner

(BWA) - Get Report

, which he said "has been really amazing."

Cramer said of

Precision Castparts

(PCP)

that, up 9 points today, it's "not done." He also said that although

Alcoa

(AA) - Get Report

is a "gigantic user of energy," the company "can put through price increases." He also said he likes

U.S. Steel

(X) - Get Report

, saying "It will not quit."

Cramer said that

MasterCard

(MA) - Get Report

and

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

appear unstoppable.

Legg Mason

(LM) - Get Report

posted its first-ever loss today, sending shares down. Cramer said, "You can deliver bad performance ... and people just yawn." He said that today Legg Mason showed "horrible performance."

Cramer also praised

NYSE Euronext

(NYX)

CEO Duncan Niederauer for guiding the company to success. It announced soaring profits today on heavy trading volume. "This stock is just beginning at last. ... The model works," Cramer said.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long NYSE Euronext.

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