, which owns
and an international and domestic cigarette business, is going up to $100, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
Cramer owns Altria for his charitable trust,
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Although Kraft has been awful, it recently picked up a new CEO, and she may be the best food CEO in the country, he said. You don't hear from her, but she's busy making Kraft a great company again.
Cramer sees a risk/reward of 20 points up and 3 points down for Altria, he said.
When a caller inquired about
, Cramer said until he reads the
report that came out today, he can't say what to do with its stock.
Hershey is a high-quality company, but he needs to figure out what's wrong with it and why Sanford Bernstein downgraded it before he decides what to do, he said.
What happened with
is that the expectations were too high for this stock, Cramer told a listener.
But now he believes the expectations are low enough for Qualcomm, which he owns for his charitable trust,
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It is finished going down, and he believes people should buy it if they want cell phone exposure.
is too cheap of a stock and its two court suits are not going to have an influence on it, he told a caller.
When a listener asked about
, Cramer said the company doesn't have real growth or earnings momentum.
He suggested swapping out of it and moving aggressively into
, which has much better management and a better grasp on its businesses, he said.
, with a dollar off its low and $10 off its high, has a good risk/reward, although he does not a catalyst for the company now, he said.
Cramer told one caller to buy some
, which he owns for his charitable trust,
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Automatic Data Processing
, as he believes that the play on Automatic Data has been made.
has finally gotten its act together, Cramer said.
The company has the most idle number of properties you can drill on in the world, and he sees a great opportunity to buy it on a pullback. Although he said he would not be prone to buy it, he would continue to own it if had it.
The best buy in this sector is
, he said.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria, Qualcomm and UnitedHealth.
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