People looking for a tech play in the current market should consider
,Jim Cramer said on
"Stop Trading!" segment Monday.
"If you think
going up then you should buy Texas Instruments," whose chips for video and cell phones are a much better business than PCs, Cramer said.
Hewlett-Packard "is still very cheap" and the company is run by "an inspirational leader," CEO Mark Hurd, Cramer said. "Forget about the other guys."
Cramer also urged viewers to put in orders for
next week's initial public offering by
, citing the chain's "great comp numbers." Cramer was less sanguine about the former employer of J. Crew chief Mickey Drexler, the
. When it next reports numbers, the Gap "misses really badly," Cramer predicted.
In another sector, Cramer said, shares of the two main satellite radio companies remain "hideously overvalued," but if forced to choose, go long
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in the stocks mentioned.
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