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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Boeing

Cramer wonders if the ag-aero-oil bull market has lost some legs, though.

Buy

Boeing

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and

Bon-Ton

(BONT)

, Jim Cramer said Thursday on

CNBC

's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said he likes bullish Wall Street calls on Boeing, up $2.23 to $97.80, though he cautions that investors are getting "fatigued" with the bull market in agriculture, aerospace and oil stocks. He said Boeing might well be down today after its recent run if not for a strong Bank of America call on the stock.

Cramer also said he would buy regional department-store chain Bon-Ton off Thursday's 10% plunge, given that it reported nothing more or less than the same weak April that all the retailers noted. Cramer urged viewers not to shop there, though.

Cramer said you "can't sell

Dell

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," given CEO Michael Dell's strength as an operator, but you should sell

Jones Soda

(JSDA)

-- at least until it falls to $19 from a recent $22 or so.

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

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