are down too much off of what must be a PR campaign by
," Jim Cramer said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
After the retail store operator cut its drug prices, shares of CVS,
But Cramer believes that people should stick with CVS and consider Rite Aid as a speculative play.
is another stock that people should look into because it's too low, he said.
U.S. newspapers are going through some dramatic changes, and the best example of one that might go right is
, Cramer said.
The company has some very big plans, he said. One of Tribune's assets is the
Los Angeles Times
, and it could be sold to "a bunch of rich people," Cramer said.
In addition, Tribune could also sell the Chicago Cubs, which is also owns. In fact, "Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, has already said he will pay any price for the Cubs," Cramer said.
"In the end there is a lot of value here," he said, adding that he sees a risk/reward of eight more points up and two points down.
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