Editor's note: The following are questions received from viewers of "Mad Money," seen every day at 6 p.m. EST on CNBC.

Should I sell Motorola (MOT) to buy Rite Aid (RAD)?

-- Doug from Florida

James J. Cramer: This is like comparing apples and oranges, but this proposed strategy is in line with my near-term expectations for both stocks. I continue to like Motorola as a company, but I recently sold the shares out of my charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS , for a profit.

I believe the easy money has already been made here, and that Nokia ( NOK) is positioned well to retake some market share in the mobile phone market.

As far as Rite Aid goes, this is a rare case where I believe viewers will be better served buying the worst-of-breed stock in a certain industry. The pharmacy business is in the midst of a secular growth period -- one so strong that even Rite Aid can prosper.

The stock trades at such a sizable discount to industry leaders CVS ( CVS) and Walgreen ( WAG) that I believe the rising tide can lift Rite Aid shares over $5 in the coming months.

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