is working off its inventory problem, and at $21 it's a buy, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
Responding to his next caller, Cramer said that
may go down to $40 as it is options backdating week.
However, the company is doing very well, he said. McDonald's may have a problem dealing with obesity, which is less a fast-food problem than a snack problem and why Cramer believes this is more of an issue for
McDonald's was recently trading at $41.03.
When a caller asked about
, he advised sticking with it as he believes "it is a great long-term story."
"There is a definite move towards owning restaurant stocks," Cramer said.
After rallying to $68 from its bottom in August, Panera has had its pullback and is now, at $60, ready to ramp, he said.
Cramer told another caller that he bought
for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, at the $32 level, and when it went to $40, he "trimmed" down a bit. Then the stock went down.
"There is something very wrong at Yahoo!," Cramer said. But his hope is that the company will unveil its search engine soon.
It is not growing as much as
, and Cramer said he doesn't trust it. If Yahoo! went to $29, $30, Cramer said he would recommend selling it.
Yahoo! was recently trading at $27.18.
Though Cramer told one caller it's time to sell
, he told another caller he has become positive on
After reading a report by Prudential's Howard Penney who suggested looking at Krispy Kreme as a brand new company, Cramer switched his position on the stock.
He told the caller to read the report so that the caller could understand his decision to go positive on the stock.
Although a lot of people are worried about
, Cramer told a caller he believes that the "plummet in the stock is over."
"You are in OK shape," Cramer said. "Best Buy is the best hard-good retailer in the country."
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