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Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': Monro's Cheap

Jim Cramer says that Monro Muffler is 'doing great' and is cheaper than its competition.

"Every time people hear about bankruptcy, they take up AutoZone (AZO) and Advance Auto Parts (AAP) ," said Jim Cramer on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment on Thursday.

He said both of those companies are doing well, but

Monro Muffler

(MNRO)

"is doing great" and is the cheapest of the three. "People seem to let that one slip through the cracks," said Cramer.

Travelers

(TRV)

"has the single best invest record of any insurance company," said Cramer, and "this is your chance to get into" it.

"One thing that Obama has not embraced at all is natural gas," said Cramer, but natural gas companies "keep going up."

Cheniere Energy

(LNG)

is "coming in big next year."

Finally, Cramer said that when he's had

Praxair

(PX)

and

Air Products

(APD)

execs on his "Mad Money" show, "they've always said the same things, which is, 'Our earnings will not be hit by this downturn.'"

Cramer said that both stocks are "good buys" and are "very, very, very cheap, even after this big run."

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

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