Stop Trading!

Investors are getting fatigued from a bull market that's been running on agriculture, aerospace and oil, Cramer said on today’s “Stop Trading!” segment. However, he still likes Boeing after a bullish call from Bank of America, although he cautions that the stock might head lower once the call fades from Wall Street’s collective consciousness.

Cramer also recommended the department store chain Bon-Ton even though the stock is down 10% after missing earnings and revenue estimates. April was a bad month for all the retailers, not just BONT, he said.

And while Cramer has not liked Dell , “you can’t have a sell on it.” He still has faith that CEO Michael Dell will be able to turn around the company.

But go ahead and sell Jones Soda until it goes back to $19, Cramer said.

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