On Tuesday's "Mad Money" show, Jim Cramer encouraged viewers not to panic or lose their cool in this market.
He said he stills see strength in stocks such as
, both of which he owns for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust, as well as in
Bank of America
On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs added 13 cents to close at $120.49, JPMorgan lost 63 cents, or 1.9%, to $31.90, and Bank of America closed down 50 cents, or 5.7%, at $8.26.
He said he recently bought more
for Action Alerts PLUS based on its strength in China and march sales number.
Caterpillar added $1.06, or 3.4%, at $32.45 on Wednesday.
Cramer said that
deserved its recent downgrade from JPMorgan because its "fundamentals are still deteriorating."
On Wednesday, Halliburton closed down 9 cents to $19.87.
, which colleague Rick Bensignor likes, Cramer still prefers Action Alerts PLUS stock
because it has less international exposure and thus more to gain as the U.S. market recovers.
Coca-Cola lost 16 cents to close at $42.93 on Wednesday, while Pepsi was down $1.37, or 2.8%, at $47.98.
Cramer spoke with
CEO Kevin Burke, who said that New York sales are doing well and that the company has a small carbon footprint. Cramer said that he liked ConEd for it dividend and its forward-thinking.
ConEd closed down 69 cents, or 1.8%, at $37.58 on Wednesday.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Pepsi, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Caterpillar.
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