"Software stocks are exploding here, and you don't hear a word about it!" Jim Cramer said on Thursday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC.
Two stocks he liked were
, which he said is "starting to get real movement."
He said that with
up 6 points and
up 17 points from their secondary offerings, it "leads me to conclude that
secondary may be a place to be."
Jones Apparel Group
got a "very nice upgrade" from Morgan Stanley, Cramer said, and after the company's refinancing, "the shorts continue to have to cover." He sees good things coming from the company's relationship with
and thinks that Jones "is the cheapest apparel maker."
is "sandbagging" by cutting its long-term forecast, said Cramer. It's "had a monster move over $42 and is resting at $50," he said, and the upcoming Paris Air Show will bring "big orders."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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