Payment-processor stocks like Visa (V) look promising for 2018, but utilities and most consumer-product companies don't, Jim Cramer says.

"What do I love [and] what do I hate?" Cramer said during his latest monthly conference call with members of his Action Alerts PLUS club for investors. "I do not like these consumer-product companies, except for ones that have very good growth. ... Conversely, what's too low? I think some of the payment processors."

Check out the video above for a rundown of names that Cramer likes and dislikes for 2018.

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