Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Alcoa

Cramer says the company won't be public by year-end.
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, Jim Cramer said Monday on


"Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said the Pittsburgh-based aluminum company won't be public by the end of the year. He pointed to Monday's reports that

BHP Billiton

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of Australia will buy the company, which is busy trying to take over Canada's


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Cramer called a downgrade of


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ahead of Wednesday morning's earnings "gutsy," saying it highlights the weakness of the domestic economy. But Cramer cautioned against selling the stock, which is down around 1.5% Monday, because "what worries me is, can you ever get back into FedEx" after a downgrade should the stock resume rising.

Cramer said


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biggest problem is that the franchisees don't like management. He expects the company to be sold to private equity because there is room for a third burger chain after


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, which he calls a better stock, and

Burger King



At the time of publication, Cramer had no position in stocks mentioned.

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