, the "giant imploding retailer," decided to stop expanding to get its 1% to 2% growth in order, the market rejoiced, Jim Cramer told listeners of his
"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.
The market saw a five-point gain in
, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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all benefited, he said.
"Stick with this group," Cramer advised.
Another stock people should consider is
, which Cramer also owns for his charitable trust,
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Halliburton, which is about to spin off "one of the gems of infrastructure," KBR, didn't move after it reported a "great" quarter on Monday, Cramer said.
It "blew away its estimates" and said it was unaffected by the decline of natural gas, but "nobody believed them," Cramer said. "We are starting to create some serious bargains in the oil and gas area."
After all, "how much can oil and gas be loathed?" Cramer said.
He said he likes Halliburton and believes that it's cheap, although it may not have bottomed yet.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears and Halliburton.
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