The first caller to Jim Cramer's

"RealMoney" radio show Wednesday asked about

Fortune Brands

(FO)

. Cramer said he likes the stock.

"People think housing has become annihilated by the reserve, but I don't think so," he said. "That's a short-term view."

Fortune is not just a just a housing play. The stock is up today, it has a very clean balance sheet and it's well-run, he said.

That it has been tarred by the housing downfall is a big mistake, Cramer said.

Cramer told a caller that he would stick with

Suncor Energy

(SU) - Get Report

. He said the

Fed

is not in charge of oil, even though some people may believe that it is, and we are going to be moving rapidly into oil sands.

When the next caller asked Cramer about

Chesapeake Energy

(CHK) - Get Report

, he said he would buy the stock.

The company has been down 6%, and people are running from it left and right, Cramer said. Yet the CEO of the company is buying more of the company's stock, he said.

"Do you think the CEO knows more about the stock?" Cramer asked. "I think so. I believe he knows what he's doing."

Chesapeake is the largest natural gas company in America, and I believe natural gas is going to rise, he said.

When asked about

Symantec

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, Cramer said that people have been continually fretting that

Microsoft

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, which he owns for his charitable trust

Action Alerts PLUS, can put Symantec out of business with a better virus software.

"As long as there's a Microsoft overhang, I will not push it now," Cramer said.

Cramer told a caller he wished he could be positive about

eBay

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. Three of the company's biggest merchants recently dropped eBay, and since then the company's transactions have slowed down, he said.

"People think eBay will learn to monetize its business, but I believe it's a sell," Cramer said.

Cramer gave

Bear Stearns

(BSC)

a thumbs up, saying that he believes that it will deliver a good quarter, it is well-run and one of the best firms in its industry, he said.

Cramer also told a listener that

BHP Billiton

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is an excellent stock and a supermarket of minerals.

He said it's a great stock to own, and if he had to buy 300 shares, he would buy 100 now and wait for it to go lower to buy more.

When a listener asked about

RF Micro Devices

(RFMD)

, Cramer said it's winning a lot of business and outshining other companies in its industry.

"I would like a little pullback before buying it, but I like it," he said.

Cramer told a caller who asked about

Tupperware Brands

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that he liked

Newell Rubbermaid

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, which he owns for his charitable trust

Action Alerts PLUS, better.

I like their pots and pans, and I believe that the company has a better management than Tupperware, Cramer said.

Cramer advised a listener to hold off buying

Verizon

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, but he gave another caller the go-ahead for

MasterCard

(MA) - Get Report

.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Microsoft and Newell Rubbermaid.

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