RealMoney Radio: Dodge Phelps Dodge

Cramer says that the company has already gotten its bid.
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Disney

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is too cheap to sell it here, Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Monday.

Moving on, Cramer told his next caller that he considers

Google

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one of the greatest growing, large-cap stocks he's ever seen.

However, as we are in the midst of a selloff, Cramer said he doesn't believe that a $500 stock down $15 is a bargain. Down 30 points, Cramer said he'd be more "intrigued" to buy it.

Responding to another caller, he said

Phelps Dodge

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is not worth buying as it has already gotten its bid.

Instead Cramer advised the caller to buy the acquiring company

Freeport-McMoRan

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, which is "probably cheaper."

In minerals, he said he's been recommending the Brazilian mineral company

Companhia Vale do Rio

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and

Lundin Mining

(LMC)

, both of which Cramer prefers to Phelps Dodge and Freeport.

Although

Dow Chemical

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"looks cheap," Cramer told another caller that the company's plastic is made in the wrong place.

If Dow moves its facilities to Asia, he said Dow may make more money, but if not, Cramer believes that the stock will sit where it is at $39.

Cramer isn't bullish on Dow but prefers

EI DuPont de Nemours

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, which has "real growth" and is a "better bet."

When a caller asked about

Boyd Gaming

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, Cramer said a lot of people feel the casino company missed the big call to make the move to Macau.

He said he's been recommending

Las Vegas Sands

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and

Wynn Resorts

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, both of which did make the move, while Boyd got been left behind.

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