Even though all retail stocks -- good or bad -- are having trouble, people are still getting on board because gas is down, Jim Cramer told a caller who inquired about
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
However, Urban Outfitters has "lost its way," so Cramer doesn't trust the company.
He said he would rather be in stores that he knows are doing really well, such as
Cramer told another caller that
is up so dramatically that he would issue it a speeding ticket if it were a car.
The stock, which was in the $40s in August, is now at $64, he said. Although Cramer likes First Marblehead, he said he would ring the register and take some off the table. However, if there is a pullback, then he recommended buying more back.
is going to have a bad quarter ... but I don't believe it will go down, and if it does it will be a dollar," Cramer told his next caller.
He advised buying half of one's position in the stock now and buying the other half after Broadcom reports its earnings.
Responding to another caller, Cramer said that
"has been without a doubt a laggard vs. its fundamentals."
It looks like it is "a total go," he said, adding that he would buy some here down $13 to $14 from its high.
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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Although the stock has been disappointing, the company itself "is doing pretty well," he said. But analysts believe that it's going to go "dramatically lower." The only ones who are championing Ingersoll-Rand are Cramer and the company itself.
Though Ingersoll-Rand, which Cramer called a "very smart company," is buying back shares hand over fist, Cramer is still concerned and doesn't want to see people lose money with it.
He still believes that it will go down another two or three points.
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