RealMoney Radio: Starbucks Still Steaming

Cramer says you should hold onto this stock.
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has been fabulous, and you ain't seen nothing yet," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Monday.

Starbucks has a "fantastic sense of community" and, although the stock may seem expensive, it should be held onto, he said.




has had a history of getting "clocked" when it's up, Cramer told his next caller to sell this stock.

Although ValueClick has a "terrific business," it has been up and could give back some of its gain, he said. "Ring the register on this stock."

Cramer told another caller although he doesn't trust


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, Christmas has been a historically good time to own this stock.

However, he considers Amazon a "serial disappointer," and said he personally does not want to touch it, as he believes there are better plays in the Internet space.

After going over the

Texas Instruments

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earnings report, Cramer said there is a belief that there is no hope for this company, but he disagrees.

It is not expensive and is buying back too much stock. Cramer said he likes this cheap growth stock.

Responding to his next caller, Cramer said

Hain Celestial

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is the best way to play the natural organic food market and should be bought.

He said he likes it better than even

Whole Foods



When a caller asked about


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, Cramer said he's "amazed" how disliked it is compared to

Procter & Gamble

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The company yields 3% and can "ramp right up and go to $70," he said. Kimberly-Clark was recently trading at $66.16.

"It is a disliked stock that shouldn't be disliked," Cramer said. "Please don't give up on Kimberly-Clark."

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