"

Costco

(COST) - Get Report

has done nothing this year," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Wednesday.

The reason this stock has not gone up is because it happens to be a big seller of gasoline, he said. Costco paid too much for gas and then had to sell it low, which is what hurt its quarter.

However, "it was a broken stock not a broken company," Cramer said, adding that he believes it will go from $52 to $57.

He encouraged the caller to hold Costco.

Responding to another caller who inquired about

AMR

(AMR)

, Cramer said that although he has historically disliked airlines, AMR reported a big profit this morning.

However, that doesn't make it his favorite, he said.

Continental

(CAL) - Get Report

remains his top play in this sector.

Cramer advised his next caller to hold onto

AU Optronics

(AUO)

.

AU Optronics has been quiet and hasn't been moving, but Cramer said he believes that the liquid-crystal display sector has tightened its inventory, and consequently AU Optronics will go higher, as will

Corning

(GLW) - Get Report

.

When a caller asked if he should take a little

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

off the table, Cramer said it is in between some banks that are doing well and some that are not.

"I see downside of $1 and an upside of $3 for Bank of America," he said. "I have to tell you, if that's the risk/reward, you need to be in, not out."

Cramer also told a listener to hold on to

BellSouth

( BLS), as he believes its merger with

AT&T

(T) - Get Report

is going to be "fantastic."

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