Marvell ( MRVL) and Broadcom ( BRCM) are "good for a trade" right now, Jim Cramer said Wednesday on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment.

Cramer reiterated that tech stocks are good only for a trade until August. But he said he likes the wireless chip players off the success of the Xbox, Playstation and iPhone.

" Seagateski ( STX) goes up, Marvell goes up," Cramer said, affecting a slight Russian accent.

Cramer also said "bears are dying" in speculative names like Level 3 ( LVLT), up 5% at $6.26, and Blockbuster ( BBI), up 2% at $6.78.

A distinctly less speculative name, Goldman Sachs ( GS), is "going to $300," Cramer said, off Wednesday afternoon's 3% rise to $219 and change. He said it's time the market gave the trading giant "the Merrill ( MER) multiple."

Cramer likes Marriott ( MAR), Starwood ( HOT) and Hilton ( HLT), saying the hotel stocks are hated by people who "don't do their homework." He also said Trump ( TRMP) is "so lowdown" at 17 and change off the recent Pennsylvania casino setback that "I'm not afraid" of buying the stock.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman and Marvell.

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