, although "a very good company," is not as good as
, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Friday.
He said he believes that Morgan Stanley is buy, but that Goldman, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, is a triple buy.
Responding to his next caller, Cramer said
could go to $500 "pretty quickly" if it buys
. Google was recently trading at $420.43.
It would be "a huge positive if Google gets it," he said.
In addition, Cramer told another caller that
is headed higher.
When a listener inquired about
, Cramer called it an "up stock" that doesn't know when to quit.
However, because the stock is up a great deal since its IPO last spring, he advised the caller to sell half his position and let the rest run.
is a good company, Cramer told his next caller.
The company's CEO Stephen Bollenbach has done well for the company by bringing back Hilton's international business, he said, advising the caller to hold on to it.
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