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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Dynegy Die-Hard

Cramer loves infrastructure and power stocks off the Mirant move.
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is heading to $13 from a recent $10 and change, Jim Cramer said Monday on


's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said news that



is up for sale is lifting the entire power producing group, including


(NRG) - Get Report

, which also benefited from a positive note from Jefferies. Cramer said these stocks and infrastructure plays such as

Foster Wheeler


look good right now because "prices have been hostage to the price of oil," which after a sharp rise in recent weeks is now declining. Cramer also said Dynegy chief Bruce Williamson is a "fabulous manager" who doesn't get credit for his vision.

Cramer also applauded a Credit Suisse downgrade of

D.R. Horton

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(PHM) - Get Report

, calling it "eye-opening." Cramer said the report points the way to a 15%-20% decline for homebuilders who haven't sufficiently reduced their land holdings.

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

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