"RealMoney" radio switchboard was busy as usual Monday, as Cramer fielded calls that ranged from
Even though he was bullish on
at $64, Cramer said that he should have told people to ring the register when the stock ran up to $74.
The company reported a "miserable quarter," Cramer said, and he doesn't believe that the company will recover by the next quarter. If he were a holder of the stock, Cramer said, he would wait for a bit of a bounce before letting the stock go.
As for UPS, Cramer acknowledged that the stock had stagnated between $71 and $74 for long time before heading toward $80.
"A lot of people lost faith in UPS," but he said that he wouldn't give up on the company.
Instead, he would use this minor pullback "to be bigger in the stock," which he believes is every bit as good as
. UPS has lagged, but Cramer believes that it will catch up.
He said that he has been "quite surprised" by how much Atheros stock has pulled back, and that he likes the networking technology company, which creates secure, high-performance wireless products.
He added that Michael Comeau and Will Gabrielski, co-authors of
newsletter, have been waiting for the stock to come in.
In this situation, you make the move the minute the pullback comes, Cramer said. The stock has fallen from $28 a month ago to $23, which he said is an overreaction. "I would be a buyer."
He added that
has also pulled back enough to make it a buy.
A caller asked about
, which reports earnings this week and ran into problems when its
order didn't come though in the last quarter.
Cramer said he isn't sure that the company will get its
order this time around either, and that, like Moody's, it will take more a single quarter to turn around.
But Powerwave makes amplifiers for towers, a business that is hot right now, he said, adding that in this space
Crown Castle International
is one of his favorites.
He said that it's time to sell
North Fork Bancorp
because it is in an "arbitrage situation."
The company got its takeover bid from
Capital One Financial
and is just shy of its 52-week high, he said.
Do not wait around to see how much higher this thing can go, he said. "We got the big win ... we sell it and move on to the next big win."
He told a caller that he believes that
can hit $600, and added that it may be a good idea to own even just one share.
He said that
is a good stock to own because once the company gets breakfast together the stock will soar.
And he said that
is not done going up.
The company "delivered a remarkable quarter," driven by its great controls business, he said. Cramer suggested waiting for a pullback under $80 before putting any more money into the stock.
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