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Jim, do you ever add to your position in a stock while it is going up?-- Jon and Bonnie from California

James J. Cramer:

While I like to add to my positions on weakness, sometimes I will add to a stock on the way up if I have a lot of confidence in its near-term prospects.

I did this in my charitable trust,

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UnitedHealth

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, which I still own, and

Urban Outfitters

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, and profited from both.

What do you think of Citigroup (C) - Get Report?-- Brett from Washington

James J. Cramer:

Citigroup is a good company, but the stock isn't very attractive while the

Federal Reserve

is raising short-term interest rates.

Until we see some clear indications that the Fed will stop the rate increases or even cut rates, the only bank I like is

Commerce Bancorp

(CBH) - Get Report

, which has outsized deposit growth and plenty of room to grow. I like it enough to own it for my charitable trust,

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