Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Honeywell - TheStreet

Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Honeywell

Cramer also questions NYSE trading glitches.
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Buy

Honeywell

(HON) - Get Report

, Jim Cramer said Monday on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said Friday's trading glitch-driven last-hour swoon caused him to revisit some conference calls from this past earnings season. Cramer said he likes Honeywell,

Corning

(GLW) - Get Report

and

Schlumberger

(SLB) - Get Report

, for starters, and would stay as far away as possible from the homebuilders.

Cramer also likes

United Technologies

and

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

, which he said also had strong quarters driven by overseas gains.

Cramer said that Friday afternoon might have brought a late-session rally instead of a deep selloff if it hadn't been for the trading glitch, which he attributed to the absence of specialists on the

NYSE

floor.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Corning.

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