is not dependent on the election outcome, but "is a growth story," Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Wednesday.
If you can own one share of it, do so because "this stock is going higher," he said.
Responding to another caller, Cramer said he is "concerned about
" and doesn't advise pulling the trigger on this stock.
is a best-of-breed story, but Cramer said he is worried about it because
has hurt companies in its sector.
"Be careful with Walgreen," he warned. "It is treading water, but should go higher."
When a caller inquired about
, Cramer said the reason to buy this stock is that it has a number of consumer products.
Moreover, he believes that the stock can go back to its 52-week high in six months.
, which is being taken over by private-equity firms, "has had most of its upside," Cramer was not ready to recommend buying it.
"You should be thinking about more aggressive plays, particularly in technology," he told the caller.
Bank of America
is terrific," Cramer told his next caller.
"It's a well-run bank, inexpensive stock and has already made its acquisitions," he said. "I like it and would not sell it."
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