Black & Decker
reported a good quarter today,
should as well, Jim Cramer told a caller to his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
"I believe Fortune Brands is going higher," he said.
Responding to another caller, Cramer said he did not agree with a recent downgrade that was issued to
People should be in this stock for its cancer and obesity drug, as "near-term earnings have never been an issue for biotech stocks," he said.
"When you see this type of decline in such a stock, you must pile up on it," Cramer advised.
is "here to stay and is very well run," he told his next caller.
In regard to
, Cramer told a caller it is a "great homebuilder."
But because it's had a big run, Cramer advised taking a little off the table and allowing the rest to run.
Cramer told another listener he "vastly prefers"
, which he owns for his charitable trust,
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