is not done going up," Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Monday.
He called Michael Ward a "terrific CEO" and said the rails are good because they don't compete against one another, and they use much less fuel than trucking companies do.
also had a great quarter, Cramer added.
Responding to another caller, he said
is a good company, and if he had to own a beverage company it would be Ambev. But because Cramer doesn't need to own one, he suggested ringing the register on the company.
The problems with
are that consumer staples are not the place to be right now, and the company's snack business is not healthy, he told the caller.
has done a great job," Cramer told another caller. "It has turned itself around, and it should be bought."
Smith & Wesson
has had a "monster move," Cramer told a caller that market players should not be greedy by hanging on to this stock.
"People should sell it and take the gain, as it is too risky up here," he said.
When a caller asked about
, Cramer said he doesn't want to recommend it as he believes it is "too dangerous."
On another note, he said market players should sell
XM Satellite Radio
( XMSR) and buy
Sirius Satellite Radio
, as he believes that there's is more upside in SIRI's stock.
is Cramer's pick as a "cheap oil service play," where the fundamentals are "fantastic," he went on to say.
People might also want to consider
, Cramer added, as business there is much better than expected.
And finally, Cramer advised callers not to sell
because it is not done going up.
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