General Motors

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has been a difficult stock to own the last couple of years, Aaron Task told a caller to Jim Cramer's

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday. Task, co-executive editor of

TheStreet.com

, is filling in for Cramer this week.

Task spoke to a caller who suffered a 40% decline in General Motors stock.

General Motors falls into the category of mega-cap stocks, Task said, adding that there is a school of thought out there that they represent a better value on a P/E basis than do small-cap or mid-cap stocks.

"I would be wary of holding down a 40% decline," he said. "But if you haven't owned it yet, it might be a good place to take a nibble at it."

Hewlett-Packard

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has been a great performer in the last year, Task told another caller. But now it's become more of a show-me stock.

Task believes that the road ahead looks tougher for this stock, and he said he would stop buying it for now.

Guest Will Gabrielski, research analyst at

TheStreet.com

and co-author of the

Breakout Stocks

and

Stocks Under Ten

newsletters, added that although H-P has had a good run, he likes

Apple

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more.

Gabrielski also told a caller that people are fleeing

Marvell Technology

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and that he prefers

Broadcom

(BRCM)

.

Task recommended caution on Marvell.

When a caller asked about

Target

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, Task said it has been difficult lately, and although the company's products look great in the store, they fall apart at home.

He said he would rather own

Wal-Mart

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, which he believes has found a bottom and will work its way up from here.

Task said Apple is still in its sweet spot, and Gabrielski agreed that's a go-to stock.

Although Apple might come down a little, Task said the iPod is the device people want to own. Though the company has been suffering a little bit of late, it is likely to benefit after the

Fed

meeting, he said.

Task told a caller that he does not like

Vodafone

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. He called it a lumbering tech giant that overpays for acquisitions, and said there are better places put to put your money.

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Aaron L. Task is the co-executive editor of TheStreet.com. In keeping with TSC's editorial policy, he doesn't own or short individual stocks, although he owns stock in TheStreet.com. He also doesn't invest in hedge funds or other private investment partnerships.

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