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RealMoney Radio: ADP on Your Payroll

Cramer tells a caller that the data processing company is a smart buy.

"When restaurants do well,

Sysco

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does well," said Jim Cramer on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

Sysco brings food to restaurants, and with consumer spending strong, "what could be a better business now that restaurant business is booming?" he asked one caller.

Cramer said he wouldn't recommend the stock however, citing Sysco's price-to-earnings multiple of 24.

"

MetLife

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is for me," Cramer told another caller who asked what he saw in the company's future. Cramer has been calling MetLife a "best-of-breed" insurance company and iterates that the stock is "terrific."

"

Automatic Data Processing

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is right," he said to another caller. Though Cramer adds that the stock is only up 1% for the year, he believes that it's still a good opportunity.

ADP "feels the heat," but it's doing a lot of things right. "Please hold onto it," Cramer said.

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People had high hopes for

Shaw Group

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, which has been a "serial disappointment," Cramer said.

But the whole infrastructure group is finally making a comeback, and Cramer wants to be there. He sees Shaw Group, which is trading at around $28, going up to $30 to $31.

Ingersoll Rand

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, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,

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Cramer also recommends

Caterpillar

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and

Cummins

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.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Ingersoll Rand.

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