GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - Get GlaxoSmithKline plc Sponsored ADR Report might be the best of breed when it comes to big-cap pharmaceuticals concerns, and the company is positioning itself to dominate drugstore shelves with its variety of products, Jim Cramer said on CNBC's Stop Trading! segment Monday.
"GlaxoSmithKline is really an amazing company," he said. "This is a share
taker when it comes to aisle space."
The U.K.-based company has the potential to offer the best of everything when it comes to highly diversified drugsellers, he said. Plus, the company isn't afraid to be optimistic when it tells its story or when it comes to giving access to the media.
By contrast, too many companies in the sector, like
, spend more time than they should on the defensive. "Bristol is a challenged company every which way but loose," he said.
Cramer also talked telecom, saying he likes
. He said he believes AT&T could go to $36.
Meanwhile, he said
should have raised its dividend rather than setting plans to buy back stock recently.
At the time of publication, Cramer has no positions in stocks mentioned.
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