Editor's Note: This is a recap of a program that was orginally broadcast on Good Friday, April 14.
Titanium Metals ( TIE) makes the increasingly popular titanium that goes into aircraft, Jim Cramer told a caller on his "RealMoney" radio show Friday. Boeing ( BA)and Airbus have been buying all the titanium. While Titanium Metals was at $8 one year ago, it's now at $53, he said. The stock was recently at $25; the company effectuated a 2-for-1 stock split on May 16. Cramer said he is reluctant to tell people to sell it because of news that the company's chairman just bought 50,000 shares, he said. That tells him the stock's not done going up, he said. The chairman is buying, Boeing is buying, Airbus is buying and you should be buying, he said. Cramer said Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) is a company he has looked at for greater growth. It is a company that is generally a wealth creator and has its act together, but it has been acting horribly, he said. It can't seem to get out of its own way, he said, adding that it has been competing with Amgen ( AMGN) and losing. He believes Procter & Gamble ( PG) has better growth prospects, and recommended buying Procter & Gamble and holding Johnson & Johnson. Martek Biosciences ( MATK), which makes micro algae products and helps in drug discovery, has been falling like many of the healthcare companies out there, Cramer told a caller. However, he said he has heard of a couple of huge contracts coming for the company, so he said he wouldn't give up on it, but at the same time he wants people to understand that the healthcare has been down, as has Martek. GameStop ( GME) is a best-of-breed place to buy video games, he said when a caller asked about it. It's been en fuego since the Xbox 360 came out. Cramer said he would wait till it goes down $43 or $44 and then buy more. On Friday, the stock was at $39.17 .