, Jim Cramer said on
"Stop Trading!" segment Friday.
Kohl's stock could go back to $56," he said, noting that the company "bought back a ton of stock at $56." Trading at 12 times earnings, Cramer thinks Kohl's is a "quality retailer." Even though people are throwing away all retailers, Cramer "cannot throw Kohl's out."
, Cramer said, "That last quarter was great." The company is "growing at 12%, trading at 22, 23" times earnings, and boasts "terrific China growth, terrific Latin American growth. ... Easily, I think it's getting another 3 bucks," Cramer concluded.
, which Cramer owns for Action Alerts Plus, is "a very cheap stock. ... People are just throwing away all tech. It doesn't make any sense."
For Middle East plays, Cramer recommended checking out
and reminded viewers that
CEO Raymond J. Milchovich expects to net the majority of "$90 billion in contracts coming from ... Saudi Arabia," and Cramer agrees with the prediction.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long HPQ.
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