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RealMoney Radio: Home Appliance Hurrah

Cramer says that if GE is doing well, so are Sears and Whirlpool.

After finishing his analysis of

GE's

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quarter, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Friday that one thing that seemed to come out of left field was how well home appliances did.

And if GE is doing well, so is

Whirlpool

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, he told one caller who asked about the company. "Not until it gets to $100 from $88 would I take the stock off the table."

Whirlpool makes washers and dryers for

Sears

(SHLD)

, which Cramer recommends and owns for his charitable trust,

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"

Cisco

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is terrific," Cramer said to another caller. The stock reached a 52-week high today and it's the best single name in tech, he said.

Shares, which are currently trading just over $24.50, wouldn't even be expensive at $30, Cramer said. He also recommends

Acme Packet

(APKT)

.

Copper has been shooting up, and the companies are in a "miraculously good situation," Cramer told another caller inquiring about

Southern Copper

(PCU)

. "I like copper because it's in short supply," he said.

Cramer also recommends

Phelps Dodge

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, which he says is cheap. "That stock could double and not be expensive," he said.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears.

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