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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Diana

Cramer likes the shipping company but would be selling the cereal plays.


Diana Shipping

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

Cramer said the company is a great play on the rise of worldwide shipping, as measured by the huge Baltic Dry Index.

Cramer is less taken with


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General Mills

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, after Kellogg's earnings miss Monday. Cramer said he would sell both stocks because of inflation worries.

Cramer likes


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, saying it's a good integrated steel play -- it mines iron ore and other minerals -- that could be worth 50% above its recent $100 a share in a buyout.

Cramer said

Merrill Lynch


chief Stanley O'Neal has to go and shouldn't get a big severance package after the bank's huge writedown last week. Cramer said O'Neal's bungling ruined the bonus pool for the firm's brokers and others -- so why should the CEO walk away with $159 million, as is reportedly due him?

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

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