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Amid pullback, this stock a buy: Cramer

If there's anything Cramer likes to see in the market it's ARG or accelerated revenue growth.

And he's seeing it in Chipotle.

"When shares plummeted a hundred points in July of 2012, I told you a story about how same store sales were decelerating at a pace that most didn't even think was possible," Cramer reminded.

"Well on Friday we got our first re-accelerating comp number with a promise of more to come."




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That's bullish.

Cramer says ARG is a powerful catalyst - the same catalyst that drove Google above the $1000/share level.

"Ah, yes, once again, we have accelerated revenue growth," said a satisfied Jim Cramer.

"And even though Chipotle is much more expensive than Google on a price to earnings basis, it could be a buy if rival Panera Bread reports a disappointing number next week and Chipotle sells off, too."

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That's how important ARG or accelerated revenue growth is as Cramer picks stocks.

"Chipotle and Google are again two accelerating revenue growth stories," Cramer said.Therefore, I believe they are also two stocks that are not yet done going higher."

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