RealMoney Radio: Staples Remover

Cramer urges listeners to get out of staples, such as Pepsi and Kellogg, and into consumer-spending plays.
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Everything's looking up in the market except for one thing:


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-- said Jim Cramer on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

He stressed that it's time to get out of staples such as Pepsi,


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Procter & Gamble

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, and focus on consumer-spending plays such as

Best Buy

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United Airlines




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Yum! Brands

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Cramer also recommends



, which he says is undervalued, and



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"You gotta make that switch," Cramer said.

He also recommends financials and drugs. "Biotech seems to be peaking," Cramer said, though he believes that



is going higher, despite its losing momentum.

Cramer added that


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are also losing momentum but that things are looking even brighter for

Johnson & Johnson

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,- which he owns for his charitable trust,

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings and Johnson & Johnson.

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