Altria ( MO), which Jim Cramer owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS , is close to becoming three different companies and he believes it is a buy, he said on his "RealMoney" radio show Monday.

Altria does two things, he said. It is a tobacco company and a food company. If people buy the stock they will have shares in a domestic tobacco company, an international tobacco company and Kraft Foods ( KFT).

People are not behind Altria as much as they are behind other tobacco stocks, and Cramer believes this is a mistake on the part of stock market.

Although the domestic and international tobacco businesses have shown good growth since they're a play in China, Kraft has been a terrible stock, he said. But now a lot of companies in the food business are doing well, he said.

At $78, he said Altria is not finished going up. He said he sees it as a $100 stock and is one of his favorites out there.

Google ( GOOG), a free search business which makes money off its searches by selling ads, now wants to be your phone company and you internet service provider, as well, Cramer said.

Investor's Business Daily recently reported that Google, which is working on this move secretly, has bought dark fiber. All of this is under wraps and is undisclosed, Cramer said.

eBay ( EBAY) is trying to do same thing, and that's why it bought Skype. But even though they've gotten growth, they haven't been able to figure out how to make a penny off of it, he said, emphasizing that eBay is not a buy.

Yahoo! ( YHOO), which Cramer owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS , has a partnership with AT&T ( T).

However, Cramer believes Google might make more money by coming out with its own phone than Yahoo! will with its partnership, he said.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria and Yahoo!

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