There are three things about

Best Buy

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that make it a best-of-breed company, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

The company is growing like wildfire, it just increased its dividend and the company has been buying back stock. Obviously, Best Buy sees many good things coming down the pipe, Cramer said, adding that he believes it will return to $59 through the end of summer. (The stock was trading recently at $53.21).

Cramer advised a caller to swap out of

L-3 Communications

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and into

URS

(URS)

, which he owns for his charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS.

As for

Goldman Sachs

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, Cramer said it is a "remarkable conundrum."

The company is growing at 16% and trades at eight times earnings, he said, yet people still don't trust it because they feel it makes money in a way that isn't sustainable. But Cramer believes Goldman Sachs' earnings are even more sustainable than

Bear Stearns

(BSC)

.

He told the caller he wouldn't be dissuaded and recommended buying Goldman, especially because it is currently cheaper than Cramer said he's ever seen it.

People are dropping out of

eBay

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, Cramer said.

Not only has it paid too much for Skype, but Cramer sees the company having major problems going forward. eBay does not have a good risk reward and is a sale, he said.

Cramer blessed

Qualcomm

,

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, which he owns for his charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS and recommended buying it.

Allegheny Technologies

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is no longer a great stock, but it manufactures steel for aircraft, which is a great sector, he said. However, Cramer believes the stock should only be bought during severe weakness, i.e., when the stock is extremely low, therefore he said he would hold off on buying it for now.

Cramer was impressed with

Bed Bath & Beyond's

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quarter, he told a caller.

The stock is flat year over year and has a 16% growth rate. Cramer said it's a buy even though the company said it planned to cut back on its growth.

When a caller asked about

Oracle

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Cramer said he is not a fan of the company.

Even though the stock may look cheap to people, he doesn't believes it is. Although Oracle finally delivered on its promises, it is basically inconsistent, Cramer said, advising the caller to get into

Citrix

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, which he owns for his charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS, instead.

Citrix has a more solid growth rate than Oracle and he said he sees a bright future for Citrix multiple years.

Cramer called

Amazon.com

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perennially overvalued and said it is no longer a special company, bur just a retailer.

Cramer instead recommended buying

Barnes & Noble

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.

To see the most recent edition of The RealMoney Radio Recap in its entirety, please click here. This recap is published every day around 3 p.m. ET.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Citrix, Qualcomm and URS.

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