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Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': Software Stocks

Software stocks such as Oracle and are "exploding," said Cramer.

"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


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, which he said is "starting to get real movement."

He said that with


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up 6 points and

U.S. Steel

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up 17 points from their secondary offerings, it "leads me to conclude that

Vulcan Materials'

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secondary may be a place to be."

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and thinks that Jones "is the cheapest apparel maker."


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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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