Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Happy With Akamai

Cramer likes the video streaming stock.
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Jim Cramer "thinks the world" of

Akamai

(AKAM) - Get Report

, he said Wednesday on

CNBC

's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer said the streaming video play is a "favored nation tech stock" and one he'd be buying even as the rest of the market comes in ahead of earnings season. Cramer called quarterly profit report time, due to start in earnest Monday, "the hardest time to make money" and said investors should consider trimming positions that have gained in recent months ahead of the frenetic action.

Looking at his own charitable portfolio, Cramer said he's getting out of

Johnson & Johnson

(JNJ) - Get Report

ahead of what he expects to be a lackluster quarter but holding onto

Goldman Sachs

(GS) - Get Report

, which he treasures for its P/E ratio of 8.

Cramer also likes

World Wrestling

(WWE) - Get Report

, calling it an "international growth story" with "great yield." Cramer said the dividend "keeps a bottom on the stock" and that he sees 2 or 3 points of upside from the recent $17.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman.

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