"I like the market, with the exception of oil," said Jim Cramer on his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
"I want to take the oil money and put elsewhere," like in tech, financials and retail, he said.
As for brokers
-- "I want to buy all three," Cramer told a caller.
Cramer added that he sold Ameritrade from his charitable trust
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"This is not a show about politics, it's a show about trying to get you rich," Cramer reminded listeners.
"We're not talking about gun control or the right to bear arms, we're talking about making money," he said after another caller asked whether he should be worried about gun manufacturer
Smith & Wesson
, in light of Democrats' antigun stance.
"Smith & Wesson is great stock," Cramer said, but since the share price has gone up so much recently, he says he wants to be careful. "I would take off half and let the rest run," he said. "You're playing with the house's money."
but I'm not going to recommend it," Cramer told another caller. "But for people who really feel they can roll the dice," he recommends
Cramer also recommended
, adding that airlines work now because oil is going down.
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