RealMoney Radio: Altria's Split Personality

Altria ( MO) is a stock in the news that Jim Cramer believes people should buy, he told his "RealMoney" radio show listeners on Thursday.

The lawsuits currently surrounding Altria, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS, are "a joke" and are all going away, he said.

And when it wins those lawsuits, Cramer believes Altria is going to split into three companies: domestic tobacco, international tobacco and Kraft Foods. Once it is split up, Altria will be worth $100, he said. (The stock was recently at $77.)

Cramer said he is alwys asked about Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI), a company that always delivers its numbers, when it doesn't beat them.

But people are not going to make money with Sirius unless it merges with rival XM Satellite Radio ( XMSR), he said.

As XM Radio continues to perform badly and Sirius Satellite does well, Sirius will be able to buy XM Radio, he said. For now, he recommended holding Sirius, but not buying any more, unless the stock goes under $4, in which case he advised buying. (Sirius was recently at $4.56.)

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria.

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