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RealMoney Radio: Beat the Mutual Funds

Cramer says that he'd rather see people build their own stock portfolios.

"

BE Aerospace

(BEAV)

is the cabin-interior king," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

The stock, which is down $1.50 today to $23, is a gift, he said. The stock shouldn't be down and is a "winner."

"BE Aerospace is only up 7% this year, and its business is booming," Cramer said, recommending it as a buy.

Responding to another caller, Cramer said that although

Diamond Offshore

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is a "miraculous company," he said he couldn't recommend it as a buy here.

"To me at $67, this stock could go to $60 before I pull the trigger," he said.

When a listener inquired about mutual funds, Cramer said he has had to put money into mutual funds and has been disappointed.

He told the caller that he would rather see people build stock portfolios themselves and beat mutual funds.

"I believe you can do better if you listen to this show and pick among stocks that some of the listeners suggest or some that I own for my charitable trust," he said.

Some stocks which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,

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,

Sears

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and

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.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Johnson & Johnson, Sears and Goldman Sachs.

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