"The Treasury's doing everything right," said Jim Cramer on Thrusday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC. "This particular plan, the 3 million, would be good for retail."
FDIC Chairman Shelia Bair gets her way and we bail out 3 million homeowners," he said, "that's the first good news" for stocks such as
, which Cramer said would get a "lift." He also sees good things in store for
Black & Decker
( BDK) and
( FO) under Bair's plan.
"The plan is right, and I salute her for getting on board," he said.
are "big international business," Cramer said. People assume that Avon does well in times of economic crisis because "you have more people who are going door to door, looking for that second job," he said, but Avon has been completely obliviated." He said it is "such a disaster that even though it yields 4%, I would not buy it."
Colgate, on the other hand, had a quarter "so good that I would buy it."
Infrastructure plays such as
were "just decimated by the hedge funds," Cramer said, but "I am seeing new orders coming in every day, and I'm not hearing cancelations."
He added that with Manitowoc and
, he's "worried about used cranes."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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