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Under Armour : There’s a ridiculous short interest, Cramer said, but he’s sticking by it. UA and Crocs are “two hot stocks” that he thinks are still going higher.

Atmel : Cramer prefers Texas Instruments , Analog Devices and especially Intel .

Hansen Natural : Cramer doesn’t understand why this stock was up so much Monday so he’s giving it a ‘don’t buy.’

American Electric Power : It’s a good company, but Cramer prefers Con Edison , which yields 5% and services New York – a growth area, believe it or not.

Terra Nitrogen : Cramer thinks Deere , Agrium or Monsanto are all better plays.

Seaspan : Cramer admits he had been wrong on container ships, but he’s come back around to Seaspan.

GrafTech : Cramer had to back away from the steel bull market because the Fed got too tight. At $14, GTI is too high, he said

NYSE Euronext : Cramer’s stock of the year has been lagging the market, and he’s willing to take the blame for it. However, he’s still is sticking with NYX. The estimates were too low, the volume recently has been excellent, and next year’s numbers should be big, he said.

Air Products : This stock is “absolutely terrific,” Cramer said, it’s ready to go to $100.



Jim's charitable trust owns NYSE Euronext.

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