, has two winners with Red Lobster and Olive Garden, Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Monday.
In addition to liking the management, he believes that Darden "is a great way to play the fact people are still going out to dinner."
Responding to his next caller, Cramer said
is going through a "countertrend rally."
Although we are in a period where market players should want to buy slowdown stocks, not aggressive stocks, Cramer believes Caterpillar might go up three or four points.
Cramer suggested unloading half of one's position when the stock hits $68 or $69, and selling the rest at $70 or $71. Caterpillar was recently trading at $66.93.
Cramer told another caller he has changed his position on
and believes that on weakness, the stock is a buy.
After watching a recent interview the Under Armour's CEO had on
, Cramer said he now sees that the chief executive has a "multiyear vision," and "likes his long-term plan."
However, Cramer said he would wait for a pullback in Under Armour before buying.
has hit its 52-week high, Cramer said that it's a "very cheap stock" and he would hold on to it.
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