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Under Armour

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, Jim Cramer said Tuesday on CNBC's Stop Trading! segment.

Cramer is "sick" of chief Kevin Plank selling his stock, a la

Countrywide

( CFC) chief Angelo Mozilo. Cramer said he agrees with Morgan Stanley's underweight call on the stock. Cramer said he feels like he got "hosed" by Plank's announcement last night that he sold 1.5 million shares for almost $90 million.

Cramer also took issue with

Caterpillar

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, saying the company "has not delivered on its promises" in recent quarters. He added that the tractor maker has been too quick to hide behind claims that the U.S. economy is headed into recession, unlike rivals such as

Deere

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and

Ingersoll Rand

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Caterpillar.

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