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RealMoney Radio: Can't Keep a Good Market Down

Cramer urges listeners to use any weakness to get in this market.

Although there was more than $50 billion in takeover activity Monday, the market didn't take off, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

That's because the takeovers were in the mineral, steel and real estate industries -- places where market players don't need the stocks to go higher, he said.

However, there are "a series of anointed stocks" here, which are going higher and should continue to do so, he said. Among these stocks are


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"This is where the money is being made," he said. "It's not only on takeovers, but on earnings" as well, and it's not too late to pick up and buy these plays.

For those who believe the market is running out of steam, this is not true, Cramer went on to say. "It is only taking a little breather."

Use any weakness to get in this market, he advised. The infrastructure, energy and diversified industrial stocks are all going up. "This is a market that cannot be kept down," Cramer said.

Also, although stocks like Google, NYSE, MasterCard,

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, the latter two which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,

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For one, the NYSE has gone up 10 points in a week. Cramer said he wants listeners to think about the money they could be making with this stock. It is doubling just like MasterCard did, and if it were valued as the



is, it would be worth $250, he said.

Please make the move and get into Sears, MasterCard, the NYSE, Google or Goldman, Cramer urged.

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

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