RealMoney Radio: Get in the Game Tomorrow

Cramer believes that it may be best for investors to do nothing Tuesday.
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"The cyclicals took the rally away from us," Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

Though people should want cyclicals to rally, "we just don't want them going nuts on us," he said.

When some groups go up, they take everything up with them. For example when tech stocks go up, software, hardware, Internet and chip-providing companies experience a move up as well, Cramer said.

What people are seeing today is that things got too hot in the economy, he said. Copper and zinc are both up enormously, which is telling of the fact we are getting growth with some inflation.

But "growth without inflation is what we want," Cramer said. "I can't have you caught like we were between May 5 and May 11, when the


decided the economy was too hot."

People are talking that way again, he said. They are seeing inflation "creep back, and they're getting scared."

"Perhaps the best thing to do is nothing" right now, Cramer said. "Maybe this is more than a one-day sale."

Although he usually advises people to get in the game, Cramer said this time maybe it's better to wait a day and buy stocks on Wednesday at a better price.

People might lose if he has them in the stock market today, but Cramer suggested getting into

Goldman Sachs

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, if they catch a little decline today. Cramer owns both companies for his charitable trust,

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But "be careful with other stocks," Cramer warned. After all, "the consumer price index comes out tomorrow, so why not wait."

One stock he believes that people should buy Wednesday is

NYSE Group



As the NYSE buys other exchanges, it is going to go up, Cramer said. It is a $72.58 stock that is "probably worth $100," and on a down day, Cramer said he would be interested in buying it.

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