A caller to Jim Cramer's

"RealMoney" radio show on Tuesday asked about

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

.

Cramer told the caller not to be too worried about the big macroeconomic numbers coming out, specifically the upcoming consumer price index report, adding that Bank of America and

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

are poised to break out.

Bank of America just had a big buyback and offers a 4% dividend, Cramer said, adding that he would buy half of a position now and then buy the other half after the CPI number is reported.

If the inflation measure is strong and the stock goes down, then there is an opportunity to buy the second half of one's position on weakness.

He told another caller that

Electronic Arts

( ERTS), along with

JDSU

(JDSU)

and

Bookham

( BKHM), reported good quarters but made disappointing pronouncements.

Electronic Arts said that it won't get its act together this year, while JDSU issued more stock in the form of convertible bonds, Cramer said. Bookham said that it had too much inventory.

Even though Electronic Arts is at its 52-week low, Cramer said that its slowing growth rate is making it an expensive stock.

Cramer said that he likes

Cameco

(CCJ) - Get Report

, which is pretty much the only source of uranium around. This means that he company can charge whatever it wants, Cramer said; and nuclear power is going to be used more widely.

A caller wanted to know if now is the time to buy

ConocoPhillips

(COP) - Get Report

, given the fact that Warren Buffett is buying the stock. He added that the company has exposure to

Lukoil

in Russia and to Venezuela.

Cramer said that he believes that the stock is a buy "right here, right now," and not just because of the Buffett factor. He said that ConocoPhillips is now the cheapest oil company, selling at only six times earnings.

Sasol

(SSL) - Get Report

has come down 15% on this pullback, and Cramer likes the company because it has proprietary technology to turn coal into oil.

He said he also likes

Rentech

(RTK)

at $4.50.

Cramer called

Walgreen

(WAG)

the "quintessential slowdown stock," because its business does well no matter what is happening in the economy.

He said that he would start buying the stock at this level.

Even though good positive news is coming out on the drug Tysabri, Cramer said that he would prefer to buy

Biogen Idec

(BIIB) - Get Report

rather than

Elan

(ELN)

.

Both companies are developing the drug, but Biogen has a lot of good things in the pipeline, while Elan only has Tysabri, he said.

Finally, he said that

WW Grainger

(GWW) - Get Report

is "really a dynamite company," that he believes is not done going up.

The company makes all the things that a business needs to operate, from HVAC products to lighting equipment. It has been a great stock, and Cramer remains bullish on it even though it is up 39% from last year.

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