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RealMoney Radio: Sears in the House

Cramer says that home-related stocks are the way to play a housing comeback.

"The stock market predicts things six months in advance, and analysts don't get that," said Jim Cramer on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday. This includes homebuilding.

When stocks go down but fundamentals are good, analysts reiterate their buy ratings. But after a while, they often give up and go negative, Cramer said.

Eventually there are no sellers left and no analysts to cheerlead -- like in real estate, he added.

In homebuilding, Cramer recommends

Toll Brothers

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,

Lennar

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and

KB Homes

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, which trades at an "incredible" five times earnings.

"Lennar is for me," Cramer said.

Cramer also said he likes companies that are related to housing, such as

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American Standard

(ASD)

, the maker of toilets and air conditioners,

Black & Decker

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, a maker of home appliances, and cabinet company

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Cramer also likes industrial and construction equipment company

Ingersoll Rand

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, which he owns for his charitable trust,

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But the best play among home-related stocks is

Sears Holdings

(SHLD)

, trading at a 52-week high of about $169 today, Cramer said. "What you need is a so-so housing play that does well when people want to fix up their homes."

Cramer also holds Sears for his charitable trust,

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Ingersoll Rand and Sears Holdings.

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