is "powering" the
, Jim Cramer said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
Jerry York is working for GM and turning it around, Cramer said. Although Kirk Kerkorian's Tracinda, which owns a major investment in GM, is arguing that the turn at GM is short term, management is saying the turn is long term. But what matters is that there's a turn either way, he said.
This company was at a point where six months ago people thought it was going bankrupt, but not anymore, Cramer said. It has had a "remarkable run, and it's not done leading the Dow even higher."
"GM's near-term earnings will be better than expected, and that's what propels stocks higher," he said.
Although the stories in the media today may try to shake market players out of GM, Cramer believes that people should not listen to these stories and instead should "get in the stock that is powering the Dow higher."
In addition, financials, technology stocks and retailers are all going up, he said.
"This is what a good rally looks like, and we're not done," Cramer said, adding that the oils will also have their day, but not yet.
Oil is coming down as are all commodity sales, he said. Gold is "plummeting," and aluminum is "cratering," as is oil.
"The amazing thing is that it doesn't matter what you do if you produce a commodity." Cramer said. "These stocks are all trading the same way regardless of the company."
, a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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is cheap here, but no one cares, even though copper is not in short supply, Cramer said.
is another stock down "hideously," said Cramer, who believes that Freeport will go all the way back to $43. The stock was recently trading at $50.50.
"This is the whole sale destruction of commodities," Cramer said. "But somewhere in here there is opportunity and a chance to buy."
Devon is a company that will get a bid, Cramer said, adding that he would be a buyer of Devon and a seller of
Meanwhile in the tech world, though some companies are doing well and some are doing badly, the stocks are moving up, he said.
However, Cramer, who believes that not everything tech should be going up, says that the best area in technology is the gadget space.
could go higher, he said. And
are also cheap stocks and should keep going up.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Devon Energy.
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