, having put its reorganization in the rear-view mirror, is in a prime position to see its shares advance from their current levels, Jim Cramer said on
"Stop Trading!" segment Tuesday.
The company, Cramer said, represents a solid infrastructure play because it builds plants and facilities for utilities and energy companies. Also, from the industrial arena, he recommended
, a distributor of hydrogen and other industrial gases.
Another stock he mentioned positively was
, a company involved with Internet advertising. Calling Marchex a "$20 stock that I think is very cheap," Cramer said he thinks the shares will go to $29.
, the recipient of positive comments from Lehman Brothers, has defied expectations and gone higher, Cramer said. Other banks, like
, also continue to work even as rates climb, he pointed out.
Finally, Cramer said investment bank
could ultimately reach $225 a share, based on $15 a share in earnings and a 15 multiple.
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