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Harley-Davidson

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is a company that all the people on Wall Street hate," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

"The Street keeps thinking that the consumer is going to rebel and stop paying money for expensive items such as motorcycles," Cramer said.

"They don't understand that Harley-Davidson is a company that has a brand," he went on to say. "It's a best-of-breed brand when it comes to motorcycles, so no matter how the consumer is doing, the stock keeps going higher."

Cramer told the caller he likes Harley-Davidson here.

Circuit City

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is not best of breed, said Cramer.

Although it is the largest seller of big screen TVs, as a percentage of its sales, Circuit City's management is "spotty at best and not bankable," he said, adding that

Best Buy's

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management, on the other hand, is bankable.

Responding to his next caller, Cramer said

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McDonald's

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is doing "terrifically."

Other stocks which are performing well are

AT&T

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,

Continental Airlines

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and

JC Penney

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, he added.

He told another caller that while

Red Hat

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Apple

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has "massive credibility."

Red Hat has "serious structural problems" including problems with management and with a declining rate of growth, Cramer said.

"Swap out of Red Hat and go buy Apple, and I believe you will make back the money you lost in Red Hat," he said.

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