Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': First Solar

First Solar is the only solar stock Jim Cramer will recommend.
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With General Motors (GM) - Get Report facing bankruptcy, who should replace the stock in the Dow?

"I would love it to be

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

," said Jim Cramer on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading!" segment on Wednesday.

Cramer said that the only solar stock he likes is

First Solar

(FSLR) - Get Report

.

"I'm skeptical about Chinese solar plays. I'm not skeptical about First Solar, its management or facilities," he said. "It's the only one I recommend on my show, and I'm sticking with it."

Cramer said that

Polo Ralph Lauren's

(RL) - Get Report

story is the same as

True Religion's

(TRLG)

. "They're selling wholesale, and they're in Asia and they're in Europe," he said. He said that with many of the apparel companies that don't appear to be doing well, "we don't realize how they're doing in Asia, and that's Ralph Lauren."

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

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