Jim Cramer says the timing could be wrong if General Electric (GE) decides to offload its oil service business and combine it with Baker Hughes (BHI) . Cramer says, "If GE is really going to offload its oil service business here, if they are selling here just when Chevron (CVX) is calling a bottom, when Baker Hughes is calling a bottom, when Halliburton (HAL) is calling a bottom, when Schlumberger (SLB) says the bottom is here -- you don't sell at the bottom. You don't buy high and sell low without being criticized."
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