So while GE is getting back to its roots as a great industrial company, Stanley is leaving its mainstay as a first-rate tool maker to become an ailing security company. Cramer said GE could see shares hit $30 a share, while Stanley shares will likely do nothing until that company can split itself up or turn itself around.

Lightning Round

In the Lightning Round, Cramer was bullish on BioMarin ( BMRN), ViaSat ( VSAT), Starwood Property Trust ( STWD), Kodiak Oil & Gas ( KOG), Union Pacific ( UNP), ChannelAdvisor ( ECOM) and ( CRM).

Cramer was bearish on BlackBerry ( BBRY) and Lululemon Athletica ( LULU).

Scaling the Tower

The wireless tower business is transforming into a happy oligopoly, Cramer told viewers, and that should be music to investors' ears.

Cramer said today's announcement that Crown Castle ( CCI), our country's largest cell tower operator, is buying 600 towers from AT&T ( T) is just another in a wave of consolidation that is making tower companies hot commodities.

Just a few months ago, American Tower ( AMT), the number two player, announced that it was buying the number five player, in what will certainly be a continuing trend, said Cramer. While Crown Castle's shares got dinged by 1.7% on today's announcement, Cramer told viewers these are high-quality assets, ones that will be paying off for shareholders for years to come.

In addition to the consolidation, Cramer said that Crown Castle is also following in American Tower's footsteps and converting itself into a REIT, meaning even more rewards for shareholders. But more important are the commitments by all four of America's wireless carriers to invest substantially in 4G and LTE services over the next few years. This huge pickup in spending will only mean additional revenue for the tower operators, Cramer said.

Crown Castle may trade at 49 times earnings, Cramer concluded, but with a 45% growth rate, shares remain inexpensive.

No Huddle Offense

In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer told viewers that tomorrow the focus will once again turn towards Washington -- but it might not be a bad thing.

Cramer said Tuesday's labor numbers will certainly be a reason for investors to sell stocks. Numbers too good will mean the Federal Reserve needs to taper its bond buying while numbers too low will signal just how hopeless the government is at rectifying the situation. Either way, investors will be taking profits, cooling off a red-hot earnings season.

But that's been the pattern, Cramer noted. Strong earnings lead to record stock prices then Washington puts on the brakes, allowing investors to take profits and get back in at better prices.

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