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Juiced Up

"I think it's time for you to buy Services Acquisition Corp. International ( SVI), ticker symbol SVI," Jim Cramer told "Mad Money" viewers Wednesday about the shell company that was nothing but a big blank until today.

Services Acquisition just bought juice and smoothie chain Jamba Juice for $265 million, and soon the company will be called Jamba Inc., he said.

Some say that the smoothie market could be the next big thing, Cramer said, "but we need to look at the cold, hard facts."

"Jamba, or SVI, or whatever you want to call it, will be joining Chipotle ( CMG) and Tim Hortons in the hot, hot, hot category, " he said.

The company has a great brand, customer loyalty and potential for a lot of square-footage growth, he said. And the company's margins during peak season have exceeded 20%, which Cramer said is "to die for" in food service.

But can the company execute? Jamba Juice started in California but has been able to successfully expand to "colder and less hippie-ish climes," which leads Cramer to believe that the company can pull off the "regional to national story." And that means more growth, he said.

The smoothies are sold in locations including Whole Foods ( WFMI), giving them cachet with foodies and health-conscious shoppers, and the company has a great management team, he said.

"The guys who bought Jamba Juice were running Blockbuster ( BBI) when it was still a good company in the 1990s," he said.

There is no Wall Street coverage of Services Acquisition, he said, so that means there's a chance to get in before word gets out and the stock absolutely soars. But the stock has already run higher, he said, telling viewers to use limit orders and to not buy into strength.

Live Free or Diet

Weight Watchers ( WTW) is back, Cramer said. Credit Suisse has been pushing the stock hard.

Heinz ( HNZ) used to own Weight Watchers and almost destroyed the company before giving up and spinning it off, Cramer said. Heinz tried to turn the company into a food brand, but it almost killed its core business: the Weight Watchers meetings.

People are over fad diets and are willing to lose weight the hard way, and that means that they'll be willing to go to Weight Watchers and learn how to be healthier in a supportive environment, he said. The diet trend isn't going away, so long as Americans continue to get bigger.

As for growth, Cramer believes that it could see 20% earnings growth by 2007 as it licenses its brand name.

But don't immediately buy the stock after hours or at the open, he warned. If you want to buy the stock, do at least an hour of homework.

And if you buy it before it comes down from the spike, "you're just as stupid as Heinz was for giving the darn thing away," Cramer said.

He said he would wait until midday, when the people who bought it overnight or at the open throw it out, and then he would not buy all at once. "That's the sin of arrogance."

He also said to buy in increments, so you don't end up buying all of your position before a big decline.

Long Train Runnin'

"There's an unquestionable bull market in the railroads," Cramer said. But he said that the run higher started a year ago and that if you don't own a railroad now, "you've probably missed the train."

He said that Genesee & Wyoming ( GWR) is still a possible buy but that the easy money in railroad companies has been made.

However, Cramer said there's still money to be made on the trend if you're creative. Now that the railroad companies are flush with cash, they'll rebuild their infrastructure and replace railroad ties.

That means they'll need to use a lot of creosote, which makes wood strong enough to withstand the tons of coal that trains deliver. That's why Cramer likes Koppers Holdings ( KOP), a company that makes creosote.

It just went public, and no one cares, Cramer said. And that means the stock is cheap. Plus, it is still flying under Wall Street's radar. Only three analysts cover the company and all of them are neutral on the stock.

In the "Mad Money Mailbag," a viewer said he got so excited over Cramer's NightHawk Radiology ( NHWK) recommendation that he bought it hastily near its all-time high at $26.75. He added that he has now incurred about a 10% loss.

The viewer wanted to know if he should sell and take the loss or buy more of the stock while it's weaker.

Cramer said he still likes the stock and believes it will go higher. But he wanted to use the email as a cautionary tale for other viewers. If you buy in after-hours trading or the morning after the show, you won't do well, he said.

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Under Armour ( UARM), Anglo American ( AAUK), International Game Technology ( IGT), Genentech ( DNA), Amgen ( AMGN), Sara Lee ( SLE), Kellogg ( K), Kraft ( KFT), CVS ( CVS), BHP Billiton ( BHP), Home Depot ( HD), Lowe's ( LOW), ConocoPhillips ( COP), Chevron ( CVX), Occidental Petroleum ( OXY), Vitesse Semiconductor ( VTSS), Ciena ( CIEN) and Tata Motors ( TTM).

Cramer was bearish on Microsoft ( MSFT), Dell ( DELL), Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI), Multimedia Games ( MGAM), Stereotaxis ( STXS), J.M. Smucker ( SJM), Silver Wheaton ( SLW), Medarex ( MEDX), Fred's ( FRED), Laserscope ( LSCP), Petrohawk Energy ( HAWK) and Sony ( SNE).

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long BHP Billiton and Microsoft.

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