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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy National Oilwell

It's printing money, Cramer says.


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"right here, right now," Jim Cramer said Tuesday on


's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said the oil-rig builder "has a sanctioned monopoly" and is printing money "like the U.S. Mint." He expects the stock, up $4 Tuesday to $64 and change, to hit $70 "in a heartbeat."

Cramer also likes


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, which he called a cheap stock that's "best in show." Cramer expects the company to benefit from another stumble by rival


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and to surge 30% from a recent $114.

Last but certainly not least, Cramer reiterated his strong buy on



, citing Tuesday's news of another bankruptcy in the subprime lending arena. Cramer said the shakeout in subprime means investors should buy the so-called best-of-breed player, Countrywide, which Cramer said will be taking market share.

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

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