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Cramer: A Breakout Bank? And Sears Still Rising?

In Thursday's Stop Trading!, Cramer said he's been waiting for the small bank rally currently taking place for a long time and likes one stock in particular.

"This bank stock rally's just beautiful," Cramer said. "Huntington Bancshares — I've been waiting for this little one to go, along with Regions Financial and Fifth Third . It is really taking off.

"When you get employment growth, when you see middle America — I'm talking Ford Motors, the steel companies doing better — you should be thinking Ohio banks, you should be thinking HBAN. True breakout!"

Cramer also said he's watching the retail sector closely, particularly Sears, which most analysts have declared a sell or sell/hold.

"I don't understand this. How could every analyst be so wrong about a company that does so well in a rising tide?" Cramer asked.

"Sears is not done going higher!"

As CNBC's Erin Burnett pointed out, Sears has been the best performing retail stock since black Friday.

Cramer also said other retailers are "just monster stocks."

Watch the video to see which retailers Jim's talking about.



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