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Qlogic : There are too many good tech stocks for Cramer to recommend Qlogic, which missed the quarter, right now.

Advance America : Cramer likes cash more than he likes AEA.

Total Systems : The stock is undervalued at $27, Cramer said, and he thinks the company could be sold at a hefty profit. He’s bullish on TSS.

Crocs : “I like the stock.” Cramer said the stock is still in the growth phase, and he’s not walking away from it.

Acad

ia Pharma : Cramer used to like ACAD but has since switched his support to Nastech. “That’s the one you want to be in.”

Star Maritime :Eagle Bulk Shipping and General Maritime are better picks, Cramer said.

Apple : Cramer is still bullish on Apple.

Terex : “I don’t want you to sell Terex because it’s cheap.” Cramer expects the stock to “go up big” over the next 18 months.

Cepheid : Cramer thinks the stock is too high. He recommends ringing the register.

Knight Transportation : It’s a good company, but KNX is in a bad industry, Cramer said. Don’t buy.

BioMarin Pharma : “It’s one of my favorites.”

Royal Philips : “This company is worth a fortune.” The pullback is a good opportunity for investors.

WMS Industries : “I don’t want you in that.”

International Game Technology : Best in show, Cramer said.

Jim’s charitable trust owns IGT.

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