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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Drama belongs on Broadway, not on Wall Street. Jim Cramer told his "Mad Money" viewers Wednesday they'd better avoid stocks steeped in high drama and stick with those boring names that simply make you money. Case in point, Research In Motion ( RIMM), the beloved BlackBerry maker that's seen the love affair with its users wither and die. Cramer said after years of under-investing in new technology and a string of service outages, RIM is now in a tailspin from which few companies ever recover. The possibility of a takeover is promising, but who would want to buy a company that's now losing money? "Never speculate on a takeover when the fundamentals are in decline," Cramer concluded. Another high-drama stock is Facebook ( FB), which hit a new low again today. Cramer said the bulls call Facebook a long-term win, a stock investors can just buy and forget about. But is that really a smart move? Cramer said investors need to wait for at least a full quarter of results from the company or for the lockup period to expire to really know how low this stock can go. Finally, there's Morgan Stanley ( MS). Cramer said this stock is a constant battle between the bulls and the bears. Is the company's balance sheet OK? Are ratings cuts looming based on European exposure? Cramer said with so many betting against this firm, it's simply too hard to call. Instead of these high-drama names, investors should consider Verizon ( VZ), a wireless company that sells all types of handsets, not just one. They should also consider Apple ( AAPL), a stock which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,