"I'd step up to the plate and buy

Starbucks

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," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

"It is not a damaged company, but a damaged stock, and damaged stocks come back," Cramer said.

Cramer told a caller who inquired about

Qualcomm

(QCOM) - Get Report

that when market players make a significant amount of money on a stock and don't take anything off the table, it's problematic.

On other hand, Cramer said he's been buying Qualcomm aggressively for his charitable trust

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The company charges too much, so

Nokia

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and

Motorola

(MOT)

are not happy with it, said Cramer.

When Qualcomm went to $32, it lowered expectations dramatically, and "when you lower expectations, you can beat expectations," Cramer said. The stock was recently at $38.95.

"Sell half and let the rest run," he advised. "I believe you'll make some money off of it."

Responding to another caller, Cramer said he is worried about

Costco

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because the company recently missed its quarter "really big."

Although Cramer said he's been searching for the reason why it missed its quarter, he can't seem to find any explanation, and advised the caller to wait.

"If you own it you could hold it, but I wouldn't start a new position on it until I get a better read on the company," Cramer said.

Cramer told a caller that he believes t

General Motors

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is going higher and could reach $40. It was recently at $30.51.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Qualcomm.

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