Buy

St. Jude Medical

(STJ)

and

Schering-Plough

(SGP)

, Jim Cramer said on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading" segment Tuesday.

Cramer believes Schering-Plough CEO Fred Hassen "has got the chance of a lifetime. ... He's got four good quarters coming." Cramer has long recommended Schering-Plough, which he owns along with St. Jude for his charitable trust,

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"Buy Medco Health down three and a half," Cramer added. "It's like

Monsanto

(MON)

, downgraded on value. ... These are loved stocks," he said.

"We've been on that Monsanto so long it's scary," Cramer said, noting that the agriculture sector still offers attractive plays, particularly in ethanol.

"Right into the election," Cramer said, the corn-derived fuel will continue to offer big returns. "Every one of these candidates needs to win every farm state. ... Until then, you have this clean ride. ... If I were running, I'd say I want super ethanol because I would win a lot of states. ... Call me cynical."

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Schering-Plough and St. Jude Medical.

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