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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Hot Chipotle

Cramer likes Buffalo Wild Wings, too.

Chipotle

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remains a "fabulous story" even after Wednesday's 19% run-up, Jim Cramer said on

CNBC

's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer also sang the praises of

Buffalo Wild Wings

(BWLD)

, up 15% Wednesday on strong earnings. Cramer said he believes the stock is "heavily overshorted" and going higher. He also stressed that Chipotle's outperformance has been so consistent that investors shouldn't "get off the galleon."

Cramer said a strong performance at

Owens Corning

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is similar to good quarters from

Masco

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and

Centex

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(CTX)

. He said their gains show there is still opportunity for exporters, even if the domestic economy is decelerating.

Retail, though, is "not so hot," Cramer said, excoriating poor showings at

Liz Claiborne

(LIZ)

and

Jones New York

(JNY)

.

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

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