Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Costco

Cramer says it's a unique retail experience.
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Buy

Costco

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, Jim Cramer said Wednesday on CNBC's Stop Trading! segment.

Cramer said the warehouse retailer is uniquely attractive to shoppers because it's an ever-changing experience. "They have an exciting thing," he said. "They made it so you can't regard it as a

Wal-Mart

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or a

Target

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."

(To watch Jim Cramer

discuss the beauty of Costco with

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Farnoosh Torabi, click

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Cramer likes

Gap

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because of the incentives set up for new management.

Cramer still likes refiners

Valero

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,

Chevron

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and

Conoco

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despite recent warnings by Valero and Chevron, because he says recent weeks have seen refining margins "explode."

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Conoco.

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