Jim Cramer let viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show in on a secret Wednesday and told them there is one reason why certain stocks are going up, while others are going down: pricing power. Cramer said he has a list of the top-10 sectors and stocks with the power to raise prices. Before listing the stocks, he told viewers of certain sectors that do not possess pricing power. He pointed out Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD) and Intel ( INTC) as two examples of companies that are in the midst of a pricing war. When companies fight over pricing, everyone loses, he said. But it's not just computer chips that are bad, he added. General Motors ( GM) and Ford ( F) are powerless too, as are Dow Chemical ( DOW) and Gap ( GPS). Discount online brokers, media companies and software/hardware companies, such as Nortel ( NT) and Lucent ( LU), are having pricing trouble, too, he said, adding that the telecom sector doesn't have an ounce of pricing power.