Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': Thumbs Up, UPS

The headlines were bad, Jim Cramer says, but the quarter was good.
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"People don't realize how much strength there is in the core UPS (UPS) - Get Report business," said Jim Cramer on Wednesday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC.

The company reported on Tuesday, and headlines were "horrible," Cramer said, but three things stood out. The company has huge cash flow, it is "completely committed" to its dividend, and the "collapse of DHL matter greatly."

Cramer also said that he wants to "take profits" in

Terra Nitrogen

(TNH)

and that

Norfolk Southern

(NSC) - Get Report

, with its 3% yield, is "probably the safest" rail stock.

As for

Goldman Sachs

(GS) - Get Report

, Cramer said that David Viniar, who said today that the bank wants to give its TARP money back to the government, is "one of my favorite CFOS at Goldman Sachs."

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman Sacks.

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