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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! J.P. Morgan Moxie

Cramer loves the job CEO Jamie Dimon is doing.


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is "completely underrated" and a surefire winner in the increasingly hard-to-figure financials sector, Jim Cramer said Thursday on


"Stop Trading!" segment.

"This is the first time I've ever seen this," Cramer said, noting the weird divergence in the performance of big banks and brokerages. "It's like they're all in different businesses."

On the one hand,


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was weak and


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was "a conundrum," Cramer said.

Washington Mutual

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was downright "ugly."

But on the other hand, he continued,

Wells Fargo

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seems to be having no problems whatsoever with the inverted yield curve, and JPMorgan is hitting on all cylinders.

"Give Dimon his due," Cramer said of CEO Jamie Dimon. By contrast, he urged Citi chief Chuck Prince to return to his legal career.

Cramer also said in reference to a long-lived compensation dispute down at the Big Board that "Dick Grasso is a great man."

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

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