RealMoney Radio: Get Going on GameStop

Cramer calls it a terrific hardware and software company.
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Best Buy

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has a lot of room to grow, Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

He said he endorses it, as well as

GameStop

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, which he called a "terrific" hardware and software company.

When a listener inquired about breast implant company

Mentor

(MNT)

, Cramer said he'd rather see market players in

Allergan

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, which is best of breed and has a lot of support from the dermatological industry.

Next, a caller asked if he was being a hog by hanging onto

Apple

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, even after making a good profit with it. Cramer was quick to say no.

Apple is going to $100 a share and is an "incredibly good company," he said. "If people don't own Apple here, they are going to miss the run from $87 to $100."

FedEx

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is a holiday stock Cramer said he also likes because he believes that consumers are likely going to be shopping online this holiday season.

Responding to his next caller, Cramer said he feels like he's made market players enough money with

Crocs

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.

Further, he said he cannot have people giving that money back to the market. Therefore, Crocs is no longer a stock he is going to be bullish on for his show, he said.

As Cramer believes that

Sony

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is too big a company to be affected by one product, such as PlayStation. He told another caller that the company is going to have to break itself up to create some value for its shareholders.

Cramer was not yet ready to recommend Sony.

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