for the past five years, Jim Cramer said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday that it is now a stock market players need to be careful with.
Though Pepsi is known for its drinks, it is also in the snack-food business, and Cramer said he is "very concerned" that the anti-trans-fat trend is going to hurt Pepsi's Frito-Lay business.
Frito-Lay could see a slowdown in growth, which Cramer isn't sure the company would be able to weather.
The real issue is obesity, and a major factor in that is the sheer grams of fat you consume, and Frito-Lay is the king of grams of fat.
But Pepsi is developing a division of natural-food snacks that are supposedly healthier and taste just as good as its other snacks. It recently bought
Stacy's Pita Chip Company
But as Cramer is a partner at the snack-food company
, he knows the difficultly of dealing with snacks and doesn't know if Pepsi's latest move will help.
If Pepsi's growth rate slows, it could go to $55, from $61, he said.
"Be careful with Pepsi," Cramer warned. "It might be
too little, too late
is a company he believes that people should want to own.
Cramer said he got this company wrong. He didn't like this stock much in the past, but now he sees that Bunge's edible oils "are rapidly taking the place of trans-fatty oils," which are used to cook at restaurants.
recently announced that its Taco Bell, fast-food restaurant chain is switching to Bunge's trans-fat-free frying oil.
This is the stock to own, he said.
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Cramer said if there was a speeding ticket for stocks Wynn would get one as it has been moving higher very quickly.
And he doesn't believe the stock is done going up. However, if market players have made a profit with Wynn, Cramer encouraged them to take some profits.
Part of the reason Wynn is such an "amazing situation," is that the tables at Macau casinos produce seven times the revenue than the tables in Las Vegas, and Wynn has exposure there.
Cramer said it's OK to own any casino in Macau, such as Wynn or
Las Vegas Sands
"These companies are on fire but are trades" he said.
The stock Cramer said he's been playing with for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, is one that is also on the move, but it is less risky --
International Game Technology
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