continues to outperform, Jim Cramer said on
's "Stop Trading!" segment on Friday.
Cramer reiterated his belief in the company: "I said it for 2006, I said it for 2007, I will say it again for 2008. Lloyd Blankfein is the most underpaid CEO in financial services."
"How much should you have paid Stan O'Neal? How about Chuck Prince?" Cramer said, referring to the former CEOs of
, who were ousted in the wake of losses tied to their exposure to the subprime crisis.
Speaking of Citi, Cramer noted that the stock was improving because "Goldman said good things about it. ... You're beginning to discount the dividend cut."
On Washington Mutual's decision to slash its dividend by 73%, Cramer joked that the cut keeps "growing and growing." He added that with a stock price of "minus three, what's Washington Mutual's dividend? Trick question. Stocks stop at zero."
To wrap up, Cramer affirmed that "the dollar's so great." He believes the dollar bottomed in the wake of the
action this week.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman Sachs.
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