has had a huge run, but it isn't showing signs of stopping, Jim Cramer said Tuesday on
Stop Trading! segment.
The credit-card issuer's shares were up $2.75, or 2%, to $141.82 Tuesday after Bear Stearns initiated coverage of the stock with an outperform rating and a $184 price target. Cramer believes the stock is going "much, much, much higher."
Elsewhere, Cramer expressed surprise that the market was having "soggy" trading action, with the exception of strength from the likes of
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