Cramer's Top 5: 'Game Plan' Stocks For The Week's Trading

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here's Jim Cramer's top five stocks from Friday's "Mad Money."

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JPMorgan Chase ( JPM): Cramer said that the bank stocks are cheap, they're making a ton of money and returning more and more to shareholders. JPMorgan and Wells Fargo ( WFC) remain his top picks.

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Coca-Cola ( KO): Cramer said that Coke shot the lights out last quarter and he expects earnings to be even better this quarter now that the U.S. dollar has weakened. He likes the company's Asian sales and is looking for an upside surprise.

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IBM ( IBM): Cramer said that IBM is a consistent grower, is taking market share and is buying back its own stock. Very few companies give you what IBM does, Cramer concluded.

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Union Pacific ( UNP): Whether its coal, autos or intermodal freight, Cramer said Union Pacific should have good things to say when it reports Thursdays. He said that $116 to $118 a share is the "sweet spot" for this stock.

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Schlumberger ( SLB): Cramer said that this company has the "voice of authority" when it comes to the future of oil prices and will lay out, region by region, where it thinks oil is headed. Cramer expects the company to guide analyst higher with their 2013 earnings.

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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At the time of publication, Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS had a position in IBM, JPM, SLB and WFC.

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