On Monday's "Mad Money" TV show, Jim Cramer said that the tech rally will stick and is gaining strength daily.
Stocks such as
started the rally, but Cramer recommended looking for opportunity in smaller, more speculative names, such as
( TKLC), which produces a key component of text messaging.
Cramer recommended the stock on both the potential in text messaging and the company'sexposure to India's fast-growing cellular market.
On Tuesday, Apple closed up 64 cents, or 0.5%, at $132.71, and Google closed up $1.01 at $402.99. Tekelec was up $1.08, or 6.8%, to close at $16.89.
Cramer also recommended
as a play on demand for lithium-ion batteries.
On Tuesday, Sociedad Quimica fell 74 cents, or 2.3%, to $31.60.
didn't receive a hoped-for ruling on new accounting standards, Cramer sill recommends it and owns it for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
On Tuesday, State Street lost $2.14, or 5.7%, to close at $35.21.
Cramer also said he prefers
United Parcel Service
On Tuesday, Con-Way gained 10 cents to close at $25.50. FedEx closed up $1.25, or 2.1%, to $60.76, and UPS added $1.03, or 1.9%, to $55.15.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long XXX.
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