The first caller to Jim Cramer's "RealMoney" radio show Tuesday wanted to know more about Altria's ( MO) Kraft Foods ( KFT) business. Cramer said that Altria, which he owns for his charitable trust Action Alerts PLUS , is a $79 stock that will go to $100. The company reported a decent quarter, given the fact that it's now hard to make money on cigarettes. But once the company breaks up and spins off Kraft, Altria should run higher. He told a caller not to miss the boat on Oregon Steel ( OS), U.S. Steel ( X) and Nucor ( NUE). Both U.S. Steel and Nucor reported good numbers, and Cramer said Oregon Steel will likely follow suit. Trade around the volatility if you like, he said, but just make sure that you have a position before the company reports. Legg Mason ( LM) is a good company, but it missed the quarter, he told another caller. You can't do that in the money management business and not take a hit. As for General Motors ( GM), Cramer said that the company was once an indebted company with a bad balance sheet and suspect management. But now Cramer believes that it's a company with good management, a good balance sheet and help from the outside in the form of Kirk Kerkorian. The stock is going higher, he said. Cramer said that he has been buying Goldman Sachs ( GS) for Action Alerts PLUS because it is a largely institutional bank. It sells at 8 times earnings, making it the cheapest of the brokers, and it has no exposure to retail banking. A caller said that he has $20,000 in the bank, knows little about investing and is looking for reading material on the basics of stock trading. Cramer recommended his book "Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World." Finally, Cramer told a caller to take an eight-month view on Microsoft ( MSFT), which will soon release its Vista operating system. The company is buying back its stock to take advantage of the dip, and Cramer said that Microsoft holders will be rewarded. To see the most recent edition of The RealMoney Radio Recap in its entirety, please click here. This recap is published every day around 3 p.m. ET.