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Trina Solar : Cramer says swap out of TSL and go to First Solar .

ING Group : “I am concerned.” ING is a premier bank, but it missed the quarter, Cramer says. “I think below $40 you got a nice yield.”

Staples : Despite what the company is saying, the stock is flatlining, Cramer says.

Pre-Paid Legal services : It’s a rarity on Mad Money, but Cramer isn’t recommending this stock either way because it has such an odd trading pattern. Until the company explains what’s going on with the stock, Cramer says don’t buy it - but don’t sell it either.

Dick's Sporting Goods : “Dick’s reported a great quarter … I think that stock is going to $60.”

Harris Stratex Networks : Cramer is unfamiliar with this stock. He’s going to do his homework and get back to it.

DaVita : “I like this company,” Cramer says, even though people seem to think Medicare is going to create a problem for it. He doesn’t think so. “I think DVA should be purchased.”

Bank of Montreal : Cramer tortures himself over the Canadian banks. “BMO is a great institution, but I have been favoring Bank of Nova Scotia because of its Caribbean exposure. It doesn’t yield as much, but it has had a smoking good quarter.”

MGM Mirage : Cramer likes the casinos, and this is an inexpensive casino stock. It's also a well-run company. But Las Vegas Sands has come down so much that Cramer’s interest in that stock has been reignited. He says go with LVS.

Silver Wheaton : “I think precious metals have a place in every portfolio,” but instead of a silver play, Cramer’s got gold on the mind. Specifically, Yamana Gold is a stock that he’s been recommending lately, and he’s reiterating a buy for AUY here.

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