, Jim Cramer said Thursday on
's "Stop Trading!" segment.
Cramer said a speech Wednesday by
chief Ivan Seidenberg shows that the growth of YouTube will bolster companies such as Ciena and Level 3 that benefit from rising Internet traffic.
Cramer also likes a lot of chip stocks for a trade, saying tech "is making money right now." Cramer sees
hitting $27 from a recent $24.25,
notching $50 from a recent $48.20 and
rising $7 from its recent $42.50.
Cramer also sees
going to $20 from $18. "These are all trades, and they are working," Cramer said. The semiconductor group, he adds, "has legs."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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