Jim Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': Buy Nabors

Cramer also likes Halliburton and Intrepid Potash.
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Halliburton

(HAL) - Get Report

and

Nabors Industries

(NBR) - Get Report

are worth buying, Jim Cramer said on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading!" segment Friday.

At the same time, Cramer said he likes

Intrepid Potash

(IPI) - Get Report

. "I want to buy it still," he said. "I think IPI's about to rip."

Cramer said he would avoid airlines and regional banks, and he added that while he would normally buy names such as

Clorox

(CLX) - Get Report

,

Kimberly-Clark

(KMB) - Get Report

and

Procter & Gamble

(PG) - Get Report

when the economy is struggling, they rely too heavily on oil for packaging their products. Therefore, those names and many other traditional recession stocks can't be trusted right now.

"The natural place to hide has been taken away," he said.

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

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