"Don't stocks go down when they decide to make acquisitions?" Jim Cramer asked on his
"RealMoney" radio show Monday.
and not get hurt," he said. Besides Google, "any other company would risk demolishing its own stock" Cramer said.
With a ton of pages, YouTube is an exciting site with something to entertain yourself every single day, he said, adding, "For me, I've got about seven minutes to be entertained each day."
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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With "a change in management there, they probably could have bought YouTube."
Companies such as
couldn't do it because "none of their sites have the infrastructure or the traffic to drive people," Cramer said.
Also, Google is "not embarrassed at buying a younger person's company for big money because Google is a young company with big money," he said.
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