"My bias is that within two years we will be getting most movies by demand," Jim Cramer told a caller, who inquired about
"RealMoney" radio show Friday.
It's entirely possible that this could take longer, and Netflix might indeed have a longer life, Cramer said. But Netflix is still "risky," and if people want to buy it, they have to buy it lower at the right price, he said.
Responding to his next caller, Cramer said to get out of
"The business at Grey Wolf is going to go sour," he said. "At $6.50, it will go to $5."
Instead, he advised the caller to get into the tech sector with
is a buy, Cramer told another caller. "It is kicking butt and is back in charge of its destiny," he said.
Moreover, Cramer believes Motorola can go to $27 to $28 without a problem. The stock was recently trading at $24.74.
He called Motorola the "best cell phone company out there," and said it was an "excellent way to play what's going on in technology."
When a caller inquired about
, Cramer pointed out that its rival company
just reported a "fantastic" quarter on Thursday.
"It was so good, I was taken aback," he said.
But if General Mills was good, Kellogg will be better, because both companies spend a lot of money on oil and gas, which is down, Cramer said.
"Kellogg is a screaming buy," he said. "I would buy some right here, right now."
"is a cheap stock with a lot of catalysts," Cramer told his next caller.
It has a lot of cash and is getting more because it's selling $8 billion of its real estate, he said. Plus, its biggest cost is natural gas, which down again today.
"I want to buy International Paper," Cramer said. "I believe it's going higher."
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