is the one media stock that is worth owning, Jim Cramer said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
Media-related stocks is a group Cramer said he's been negative on "without reservation." However, he believes that McGraw-Hill is not done going up, even though it is up big today.
In this sector, while other companies have pure plays on either newspapers or television, McGraw-Hill has put together a group of properties, Cramer said.
"You need to be in a mosaic of businesses
in this sector, and that's what McGraw-Hill is doing," he said.
Although it's at its 52-week high, it is best of breed and the "least likely to let people down," Cramer said. "It joins the ranks of
as best of breed in autos and
as best of breed in telcos."
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When people selected Genentech, Cramer said he was "thrilled" because it has the only drug right now which he considers a "wonder saving drug," which is Avastin.
While other companies may have great drugs that make people feel better, "they don't save lives," he said.
The risk/reward Cramer sees here is one point down and 15 points up.
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