Jim Cramer lambasted Goldman Sachs' ( GS) bears on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment, expressing sarcastic contrition for recommending individual investors buy the stock ahead of Tuesday's 6% rally. "I stand before you apologetic," Cramer said. "I wish I had listened to them. I too wish I'd stayed short a 40-point rally." Regarding other brokers, Cramer said he doesn't like it when they all rise on one company's big quarter. Nevertheless, " Lehman's ( LEH) going to be fine, I think Bear's ( BSC) going to be great." Legg Mason ( LM) also looks good after holding up during a secondary offering. Cramer said too much time had been wasted talking about the yield curve. "Sometimes you have to bury the playbook." Phelps Dodge ( PD), which was upgraded by Goldman, looks good at six or seven times earnings, Cramer said, adding that Lennar ( LEN) and Standard Pacific ( SPF) are similarly cheap. "I think this is catch-up day, and I do not mean Heinz ( HNZ)."