CNBC's Jim Cramer highlighted two Dow components that reported exceptional quarterly results on Tuesday.
Cramer stated both offered encouraging earnings reports, including strong organic growth at a time when many other companies are disappointing the Street.
Cramer continued that Du Pont and P&G are examples of solid quarters from "old-line companies with very energized managements."
DuPont's stock was trading slightly lower by 0.86 percent late Tuesday morning, but P&G's stock gained more than 4 percent.
By comparison, shares of Under Armour Inc
"Certainly don't want to hear that — unplanned investments," Cramer said. "We want planned investments."
Cramer also suggested that General Motors Company
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