RealMoney Radio: You and Your Harley

Cramer says that because motorcycle maker has continually beaten its estimates, it's a buy.
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Microsoft

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has another four points to go before market players should sell it, Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

"You've got room for multiple expansions at Microsoft," he said.

However, when the stock reaches $32, Cramer said he might want to take "a breather" with this stock. Microsoft was recently trading at $29.25.

As

Harley-Davidson

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has continually beaten its estimates, Cramer said he would own and buy this stock.

"When we see a company do better than Wall Street expects, the stock will go up, which is what is happening with Harley-Davidson," he said. "If you want to buy 100 shares, buy 50 now" and wait for it to come in a bit to buy the rest.

"If you want explosion, you want

Crocs

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," he told the caller. "On Nov. 15, it will reveal its new line of

Disney

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shoes, and then it will go to $50."

Crocs was recently trading at $44.64.

Responding to his next caller, Cramer said he doesn't trust

Legg Mason

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because it badly missed its quarter.

As it's been up a couple of days, he suggested ringing the register.

When a caller asked about

Lennar

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, Cramer said it would be better for people to trade out of homebuilders and buy them back when these stocks come in again.

"

RealNetworks

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is for real," Cramer told another caller.

The company has "put together a couple of really good quarters" and it is a "good stock, which is making money," he said.

Although he said it is not as good as

Google

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and he prefers

Sirius Satellite Radio

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, Cramer told the caller that he'll be fine owning RealNetworks.

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