is a company that has a high price-to-earnings multiple, which are stocks that tend to get hammered, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
Cramer said he liked Intuitive Surgical while the stock was in its $50s. It was recently at $94.55, and Cramer said he would be a seller not a buyer of the stock.
peaked a long time ago, Cramer told a caller.
As this group has peaked, Cramer doesn't want to suggest going into a stock where a player would have to get in and out quickly.
It's time to ring the register and take a gain on Titanium Metals, which is up a dollar at $25.65 today, he said.
Cramer told a caller that
, a stock which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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As Citrix rallies, Cramer said he has been trimming down on it.
"I've lost faith in expensive stocks," Cramer said. "I wish I didn't own it. It has cost me a lot of money."
He told a caller he wouldn't bet on
Jacobs Engineering Group
having more upside because it is the best performing of all the infrastructure stocks and might be pulled back by other stocks that have been performing poorly in this group.
Cramer advised ringing the register and said he'd rather see the caller in supermarket, drug-store or pharmaceutical stocks.
It's only a matter of time before Jacobs Engineering starts going down, he said.
Sirius Satellite Radio
needs to merge with
XM Satellite Radio
, Cramer told a caller.
If it doesn't, he said he doesn't see any upside for the stock whatsoever. But if it does merge, then Sirius could double, he said.
When a listener asked about
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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Although it has a series of patents that are being challenged, Cramer said that Qualcomm is done going down and that he would be a buyer of it.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Citrix and Qualcomm.
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