He said that he's heard that "April is up nicely" for online businesses, and he thinks advertising is the driving force at Google, not radio. "Don't be disturbed by that radio story," he said.
As for reports that
will offer 3 million shares, Cramer advised waiting "till after the deal's priced." But he said that the Ford model appealed to him because "it seems very capitalist, and we're capitalists."
Cramer said that President Obama "is saying that
and Chrylser are going to be owned by the unions." So if investors think the auto industry's going to turn, Cramer recommended being in
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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