is an "up stock," Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Friday.
He said he believes the stock, which is at $117, could go to $140.
Responding to another caller,
is "the winner in the world-class car division," Cramer said. "I would make a big bet on it, even at $122."
On the other hand, he told his next caller that he is worried about
As a lot of Bristol-Myers' earnings came from its Plavix drug, Cramer believes that the stockmight get hurt because there's a generic for Plavix available now.
Because Cramer believes the stock might go down, he suggested ringing the register on Bristol-Myers, adding that he doesn't trust the company's management and considers it "too dicey."
Cramer advised a listener not to buy more
until it accelerates its same-store sales, which is what the company "thrives on."
Sirius Satellite Radio
has a "great product," and "people who buy this service love it," he said.
In addition, Sirius has been beating its numbers, Cramer went on to say. But
XM Satellite Radio
has also had a pretty good quarter, he added.
Cramer told the caller he believes Sirius is going to $6 over the next year. It was recently trading at $4.07.
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