are two companies that are within six months of having their fortunes turned, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Wednesday.
Even though Apple is up 21%, he advised the caller to stick with it.
These companies, which were supposed to challenge
Vista product, no longer have that threat to worry about.
Since the Vista alternative is not here, and there is no confidence or clarity from Microsoft as to when it will be here, he believes that Apple could go from $68 to $75 and that Electronic Arts could go up as well.
Cramer also believes that the two companies will benefit from a great back-to-school season.
When a caller inquired about
, Cramer advised swapping out of the retailer going into
Cramer told another caller to sell
, even though it is down.
And though an analyst at
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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The analyst downgraded the stock because he said that natural gas keeps going down, but the analyst turned out to be wrong, Cramer said.
In addition, Cramer said that Halliburton has a gigantic infrastructure business and he believes it is going from $34 to $39.
When a caller asked about
, Cramer said it is one of the best-run companies he follows.
He recommended taking advantage of GlaxoSmithKline's weakness and buying some of it, saying that the problems the company is facing are of a short-term nature.
Cramer told a caller that
, which is down 50% this year, is a surprise to him.
Two retailers Cramer said he likes are
, which are both buying back stock.
Cramer owns Sears for his charitable trust,
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Cramer admitted to a listener that he was wrong about
, saying that it's been locked into the really expensive natural gas and so its raw costs have not come down.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings and Halliburton.
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