UST

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is probably the best stock he's been asked about this week, Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

It is a defensive stock, since people use smokeless tobacco regardless of the economy, Cramer said.

UST will go to $60, he predicted. Recently the stock was at $52.63.

Responding to another caller, Cramer said he does not like

China Mobile

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and would ring the register on the stock.

"China is an unstable place to invest," he said.

When asked about

Shaw Group

( SGR), Cramer called it "the worst-of-breed in an infrastructure sector" that he likes, but the market hates.

He said he would dump it right here and buy UST instead.

Cramer advised his next caller to swap out of

Nordstrom

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and move into

JC Penney

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.

Although Nordstrom is four points off its low, it could get back to its low again, he said. Plus, he pointed out that it the store is a little high-end and more subject to economical whims.

Cramer said he likes

Burlington Northern Santa Fe

( BNI) as a way to ship coal and ethanol, but it is the worst-of-breed in its sector.

"They are probably the least safe rail

company," he said.

It is not the time to be in rails, Cramer said, but

CSX

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is a rail company he likes.

When a caller asked about

Corning

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, Cramer said that although there was an inventory build, we know from

Best Buy

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,

Circuit City

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and

3M

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that the big liquid crystal display glut has been worked off and its time for Corning to rally.

He would only buy it on a pullback, he said.

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