Jim Cramer wishes he could write off
as a "nut-job situation," he said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
But "Google is immensely profitable ... beyond-belief profitable."
There's really only one dot-com, and that's Google, Cramer said, adding that any big news regarding "stinky" stock
, happened way too long ago.
Cramer owns Yahoo! for his charitable trust,
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"Those companies should have bought YouTube when they had the chance," Cramer said. The Internet giant will "take YouTube and put it through the Google machine," linking search engines and multiplying page views, Cramer said.
And Google's "going to be a powerful stock," possibly hitting $500 by year end. Cramer believes that the stock will be down $6 to $8 Tuesday, but "that's your chance to buy," he says.
I got behind the
New York Stock Exchange
not long after it came public, said Cramer.
Although Cramer says he was initially worried about its expense structure and thought it couldn't be automated the way the
is, he's no longer worried and expects the stock to go up to $100 within the next six months. Now it's trading at around $77, he said.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Yahoo!.
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