Jim Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': TWX a Flop - TheStreet

Jim Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': TWX a Flop

It scored at the box office with its latest take on Batman, Cramer said, but "one movie isn't enough."
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Jim Cramer had a lot of good things to say about

Becton Dickinson

(BDX) - Get Report

, kicking off Monday's segment of

CNBC's

"Stop Trading."

He said Becton has "made a lot of money for people" and that it's "had the least economic sensitivity of almost all the companies we've followed." Simply put, Cramer said, "it's a good one."

Despite the news of the new Batman movie's box-office success, Cramer still doesn't like

Time Warner

(TWX)

. "We say, 'Wait a second, the biggest movie of the year, why isn't Time Warner moving up?'" said Cramer. "They're not ready for FiOS, and one movie isn't enough."

On retailers, Cramer touched on

TJX

(TJX) - Get Report

, which he said has "far exceeded all other retailers." Cramer also added that "the rest of retail is getting killed" and that "TJX has big gains."

In closing, Cramer commented on the news that

BankAtlantic

(BBX) - Get Report

is suing Richard Bove for defamation. Cramer was critical of BankAtlantic, saying that "the fall is in yourself" and that they should "do better and

they won't be on the radar screen."

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

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