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Harley-Davidson : “I think it’s headed lower,” Cramer said. “I don’t want to be there.”

FMC Technologies : Cramer likes the oil services group and he likes FMC.

Rite Aid : This is just the kind of stock that does well in a “post-Bernanke” era, Cramer said. He would buy it here. “I think that’s a great situation.”

EMC : The VMware spin-off is going to be the “biggest deal since Google ,” Cramer said. “I think it goes to $23. It’s not too late to pull the trigger.”

TJX Companies : “I think TJX is one that you want to own after the quarter.”

Schlumberger : At 17 times earnings, SLB is way too cheap, Cramer said. ConocoPhillips is good, too. “I like ‘em both.”

Siemens AG : Cramer is bullish on Siemens. “The German market is the strongest in the world of developed countires,” he said.

Optium : This is a tough one for Cramer. He liked it for a while, but right now the better play is Corning , he said.

Evergreen Solar : Cramer prefers First Solar on this “nice pullback after a good quarter.”

Sirius : The merger is taking so long that both companies are bleeding, Cramer said. SIRI could go to $4 or even $5 but it’s “not that great.”

Arris Group : “I think Arris is a good place to be,” Cramer said. “I don’t want you to leave it.”

Gentiva Health Services : “I think home healthcare is a great demographic play,” Cramer said. Gentiva is a buy.

Sears Holdings : Cramer refuses to quit on Sears because of Eddie Lampert. “He’s a winner and he’s made me money.”

WCI Communities : “I look at the balance sheet and I don’t like it,” Cramer said.

Jim's charitable trust owns Corning, EMC and Sears Holdings.

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