Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
CocaCola (KO): I'm a buyer of Coke here and now, said Jim Cramer.
Sprint (S): This is also a good one, said Cramer. I'm a buyer.
Toyota (TM): In the space I prefer Ford, said Cramer.
Capital Products Partners (CPLP): I think this one is too dicey, said Cramer. I prefer to play the space with Kinder Morgan.
Pepsico (PEP): I think the stock is fine, though the stock has stalled, said Cramer. I don't think it will do anything until we get the next quarter's results.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B): I'm a buyer, said Cramer, as a play on housing and insurance. And I'd pull the trigger here.
Kellogg (K): Input costs are more favorable and management has it together, said Cramer. If this stock comes back to $53, I'd pick it up.
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