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Huron Consulting Group : Cramer urges caution as HURN is at a 52-week high, but it’s got the mojo, it’s got the business and it’s perfect for this environment, he said.

Infosys Technologies : It’s a good one, Cramer said, but not as good as Accenture which is “cheaper and better.”

Disney : High gas prices are no good for the theme parks, but it’s a very well-managed company, Cramer said. It’s a slow mover and it’s good, but not quite exciting enough for him. “Don’t buy.”

Charter Communications : Cramer recommended cashing out at $4 after it ran up. Now it’s starting to come back down inch by inch and he’s warming back up to it. Pull the trigger when it gets to $3.60 or $3.70, he said.

Monster Worldwide : Cramer still believes Monster is a takeover target. The newspaper companies are hurting and Monster could be the answer to their problems, he said. “They should pull the trigger and you should pull the trigger, too.”

Hasbro : Hasbro and Mattel are both cash machines and good growth stocks.

Starent Networks : This one could be the next Cisco , Cramer said. He’s hoping it comes in so he can really get behind it.

Syneron Medical : People doubt him, but Cramer truly believes this company has the best lasers, and he’s sticking with it.

Guidance Software : “We like that stock. I want to stick with it even though it’s at $13.”


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