The

Oil Service HOLDRs

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, exchange-traded fund is in free-fall, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Monday.

"I, for one, don't know when these stocks are going to be done going down, he said. "And you don't know when they're going to be done going down, so pick at the stocks."

Buy a little on the way down, Cramer said.

When a caller inquired about

Intel

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, Cramer said he believes it's going to have a good quarter, "maybe even a great quarter," and will beat its estimates.

However, he said

Advanced Micro Devices

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is a better company and will also do well.

Cramer told another caller when he sees

Southern

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, he sees "a company that is growing well for a utility."

Although he has been recommending

Exelon

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,

Consolidated Edison

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and

TXU

(TXU)

, Cramer said he would ride Southern to $40. The stock was recently trading at $34.71.

"I believe there is more than a 10% gain here and I want you to ride it out," he said.

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