Forgotten industrial supplier
is a company whose earnings leverage leaves it coiled for huge gains, Jim Cramer said on
"Stop Trading!" segment Thursday.
Outfits such as Barnes,
Illinois Tool Works
( CBE) and
are "Lazarus companies" where, after stripping out labor costs for years, "business finally kicks in and the leverage to the bottom line is just awesome," Cramer said.
"When was the last time you hit up Barnes Group?" Cramer asked. The stock trades under ticker symbol "B" on the
is an "up stock" as baby boomers age, as are
Cramer asked "How hated is
( SGP)?" in light of its paltry gain Thursday after it beat earnings estimates by 9 cents a share. "Fred Hassan is a money maker and you get that kind of return?"
could rise to $65 a share on Friday.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Schering-Plough.
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