On Thursday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC, Jim Cramer focused on companies that reported strong quarters and have also pulled back, such as Colgate (CL) - Get Report and Clorox (CLX) - Get Report.

He'd recommended

MasterCard

(MA) - Get Report

on "Stop Trading" earlier this week, and the stock had quickly shot up 10 points. "I didn't want to see that," he said. "When you have a stock that jumps like that, you're going to attract shorts. That's not what I wanted."

"You have to go back and look at the places that reported great quarters," he said.

Next Cramer addressed his "juicy trade," which includes

Verizon

(VZ) - Get Report

and

AT&T

TST Recommends

(T) - Get Report

. "As we pull back," he said, he is looking for "what to buy as opposed to panic sell," and these two companies fit the bill.

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

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