Although the market is reacting to a slowing economy, there are some bright spots out there, Jim Cramer said on his "RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

For one he said, Glaxosmithkline ( GSK), which makes products that consumers are going to buy no matter what the state of the economy, is performing well, as is Coca-Cola ( KO).

Coca-Cola is not finished going up, he said, adding that it has great management.

Cramer called Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) one of the best medical device companies out there and said he likes PepsiCo ( PEP) as well.

The only tech company that Cramer said he likes is United Technologies ( UTX), which he owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS .

United Technologies' secret is that not only is it well-run, but also it doesn't have a lot of U.S. exposure. In addition, the company is focused on business for defense, aerospace and infrastructure, and commercial real estate growth worldwide.

All of these businesses are in bull-market mode, Cramer said.

United Technologies belongs up there with stocks Cramer believes people should be looking at if not buying, he said.

Stocks are going down because there is a sense that oil can't go any higher, Cramer said, adding that the stocks' charts or the picture of stocks also looks bad.

But oil is not going down, he said, advising people not to abandon oil services even though their charts say to. There will be a better opportunity to sell oil services than this one right now, he said.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long United Technologies.

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