We are initiating a position in Caterpillar (CAT), buying 55 shares at roughly $257.86 apiece. In addition, we are selling 50 shares of Starbucks (SBUX) at roughly $106.87 a share. Following Tuesday's trades, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust will own 55 shares of CAT, starting its weighting in the portfolio at about 0.5%, and 700 shares of SBUX, decreasing its weighting in the portfolio to 2.58% from 2.76%. We're intentionally starting our Caterpillar position on the smaller side due to the big moves the stock and the broader market have made recently. We have a war chest of capital right now thanks to our recent sales in high-multiple tech stocks . This new addition will increase our holdings of stocks that trade at reasonable price-to-earnings multiples and have long-term track records of dividends and buybacks. And we're also looking to invest in companies, like Caterpillar, that are expected to benefit from a flood of federal infrastructure funds over the coming years. If CAT, or the broader market, cools in the weeks ahead, our large cash position will shield us from downside and we'll put it to good work by steadily buying more shares into weakness. Texas-based Caterpillar is the world's leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, off-highway diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. Caterpillar's business is divided into three main segments – construction, resources, and energy and transportation. Within its construction unit, nonresidential makes up about 75% of the segment. We think this part of the business could strengthen over the next few years in the U.S. as a result of the federal government's $1 trillion infrastructure spending law that President Biden signed last year. Caterpillar'