is the best in its industry, growing at 20%," Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Wednesday.
"I support your ownership of it," he said to the caller.
Responding to his next caller, Cramer said he would ring the register on
The company has put itself up for sale which caused the stock to jump, but if it gets no buyers, there is a chance that it will go down, he said.
Cramer told the caller to take Yankee Candle off the table and congratulate himself for the profit he's made.
He told another caller he would not sell
H&E Equipment Services
because once the
cuts interest rates, the stock is going to go higher.
Plus, the company has good fundamentals and the stock is "way too low" to be sold here, he said.
When a listener inquired about
Bank of America
, Cramer said it's a "terrific" stock and advised the caller to stick with it.
The problem with
is the generic competition it has facing its drug Plavix, Cramer told another caller.
Although the company's estimates are too high, the upside is that it can be taken over, he said. However, "it's never a good idea to speculate on takeovers where the fundamentals are declining," which is the case with Bristol-Myers, Cramer said.
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