Take some agriculture and coal off the table, Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment Friday.
"Fast Money" trader Guy Adami joined Cramer to discuss developments in the coal and agriculture industries. Adami advised investors to jump on
Burlington Northern Santa Fe
( BNI) at around $85. He also said he likes
Cramer called Trinity "the quintessential late-cycle stock." He said he likes the coal story, but counseled viewers to take a little off the table. The same holds true for agriculture plays, he added. Cramer said he approved of Goldman Sachs' assessment of the coal industry. The bank downgraded four coal firms to sell today.
Cramer said of Roomba floor-cleaning robot-maker
, "That's not for me. I downgraded the stock."
On the broader economy, Cramer lamented
Chairman Ben Bernanke's hesitation to further cut the fed funds target rate. "Things have deteriorated again. I expected another interim cut," he said.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman Sachs.
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