Cramer's 'Stop Trading!': Domino's, EQT

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- On Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! segment on CNBC Tuesday, Domino's Pizza ( DPZ) Cramer displayed a healthy appetite for Domino's Pizza stock.

Domino's has reported outstanding fourth-quarter earnings that beat consensus expectations, and Cramer said a controversial campaign that Domino's first started on is clearly paying off, even though "every talk show host made fun of it."

"It's the greatest PR coup I've seen in years," Cramer said. "You're seeing a monster quarter and I think it's the first of many."

"It was a homerun."

Cramer moved on to EQT ( EQT), calling it "a really terrific natural gas company."

Cramer said he thought EQT made a particularly smart move by agreeing to buy a gigantic chunk of the Marcellus shale, because "anyone who's bought a part of Marcellus has seen their stock jump."

"This turned out to be a steal," Cramer said.

Moving onto consumer goods...

Cramer said that Goldman Sachs ( GS) made a "terrible call" by downgrading Kimberly-Clark ( KMB) Monday, because Kimberly-Clark has been doing many things right.

"Kimberly just raised its dividend," Cramer said as an example.

He deemed Goldman's call on Kimberly to be as "dumb as pulp," in reference to the reason that Goldman gave for its downgrade. The analysts said their action reflects the potential for wood-pulp costs to climb.

-- Reported by Andrea Tse in New York

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