The health care space isn't going to turn around until

Cardinal Health

(CAH) - Get Report

and

AmerisourceBergen

(ABC) - Get Report

find buyers, Jim Cramer said on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading!" segment Tuesday.

"These are probably the two most loved health care companies in the country," Cramer said. "Suddenly, there's a buyers strike. You won't get a turn in health care until you see those two stocks go up."

Cramer said the current run is getting old in

Archer Daniels

(AMD) - Get Report

, which has risen along with the price of ethanol. "This has become way too much of a momentum name," Cramer said. "This is not

Qualcomm

(QCOM) - Get Report

in the year 1999."

Ciena

(CIEN) - Get Report

"has tripled, and now there's not a bid underneath it," Cramer said. "It's falling as if it's Niagara Falls -- inch by inch, step by step." Cramer sees the stock falling to $3.50.

For a trade, Cramer likes

Alcan

(AL) - Get Report

, which is "cheaper" than

Alcoa

(AA) - Get Report

.

At the time of publication, Cramer owned Qualcomm in a charitable trust.

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