NEW YORK (
) -- As the Senate got one step closer to national health care this weekend, Jim Cramer said on his "Stop Trading" segment on CNBC that he would be a buyer of all healthcare stocks.
He called out
as a stock he has been behind.
Cramer isn't buying into the hype of the snowstorm that blanketed much of the North East this weekend as a justification for poor holiday sales.
"It's all nonsense," he said. "A bunch of lies. This is an online Christmas; it has been and only got accentuated by the storm."
Cramer said there was nothing left on
Web site and said
second biggest part of its business is its online unit.
( VF) is another stock on Cramer's radar. The apparel maker owns Northface, which does better in cold weather. Cramer owns VF for his
is soaring more than 14% in afternoon trading, after it announced the purchase of
Cramer praised the deal and said it will boost earnings per share.
Lastly, Cramer said investors should also watch
. "The company has been buying back consistently," Cramer said. "It is a very cheap stock.
-- Reported by Jeanine Poggi in New York.
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