is the best railroad company in the country, Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Friday.
The company ships a lot of ethanol and coal, and Cramer said he wouldn't just hold onto it, he'd be a buyer of this "high-quality" transportation company.
Cramer said he could not advocate owning
because although the company did the right thing by acquiring
, it will take many months for the deal to close, he said.
is the best drug company out there, other than
( SGP), which he owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, Cramer told another.
He advised sticking with Glaxo and said it is the one drug company that he believes can have an unbelievable second half without a takeover.
When a caller asked about
Cramer said he is not a fan of this company, because it is "stalled."
He suggested swapping out of it and going into
( TLAB) instead.
"You have to get out of stocks that are stuck in the mud and get into stocks that are moving," he said
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, is finished going down, he said.
The company just won a big lawsuit, and in addition, Cramer believes the investigation of the company's CEO, Bill McGuire, involving options backdating will lead to nothing. Goldman Sachs, usually a big bear on health organizations, also came out this morning and said maybe they've been too negative on the sector, Cramer said. Cramer believes UnitedHealth is a buy, he said.
He advised a caller to buy
, which he called best-of-breed.
( KRY) owns the largest gold mine company, but unfortunately it is located in Venezuela, where the government has held the mine up, Cramer said.
He believes the stock is speculative and recommended getting out of it when it starts moving again and hits $4 or $5 (the stock was recently at $3.11).
Cramer told a caller to swap out of
and get into
Allstate currently has the greatest plan out there and it has stopped offering insurance to coastal cities that are potential hurricane victims, he said.
Cramer's second-best insurance play is
, he said.
Although Cramer believes
is a decent company, he said
is a better-run company and he told a caller to get into that instead.
He also told a caller to skip
and get into
When a caller inquired about
, Cramer called the company "dead money", saying that whereas before engineers used to run the company, now it is run by sales people.
Advanced Micro Devices
is the better company in this sector, he said. It produces faster, better and cheaper products.
is a buy. Not only is it dirt cheap, but the company just announced a multi-million dollar project, he said.
He told a caller he likes the aircraft company
and wouldn't be surprised if
And he recommended buying
, which he owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Citrix Systems, Schering-Plough and UnitedHealth.
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