NEW YORK (
) -- Jim Cramer's breakout stock on his "Stop Trading!" segment of CNBC Thursday was
, with Cramer explaining that small and regional banks have really taken off.
On that note, Cramer announced that he is also bullish on
Fifth Third Banc
On Wednesday and Thursday, retailers posted better-than-expected December same-store sales and quarterly earnings guidances, prompting Cramer to also heap praise on
"How could every analyst be so wrong about a company doing well in good tide? Most of them downgraded the thing in the mid-50's."
"Sears," Cramer said, "is not done going higher."
Other retail stocks Cramer is bullish on include
, which he says has been "unbelievable; "monster stock"
, which is going to be "dynamite," according to Cramer.
Cramer adds that
is not expensive right now.
Cramer also said that he is upbeat about the stock market, saying that demand has never been better.
is the worst publicly-traded homebuilder, but still doing well. How can you be making money in these secondaries? The answer is there's so much demand," Cramer explained.
-- Reported by Andrea Tse in New York
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