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Lightning Round: Apple, Oracle, Sirius and More

Bucyrus : Cramer likes Bucyrus, but said that Caterpillar is better.

Sterlite : Cramer likes Sterlite even though it hit a 52-week high. Oracle is also a favorite after a blowout quarter.

ViroPharma : “That is one of my worst picks ever.” Sell, sell, sell!

Xinhua Finance Media : Don’t buy.

Google : “The estimates are too low.” Cramer said GOOG could go to $700, so it’s not too late to pull the trigger.

Norsk Hydro : A “great resource company…in a market that loves resources.” Cramer also likes BHP.

Terra Nitrogen : “This one’s too high for me.”
Halozyne Therapeutics : Go with Nastech Pharma instead, Cramer said.

National Oil Well : “Even up here, I would buy National Oil Varco.”

Sirius : Cramer is waiting for SIRI to pull back before he can recommend it again.

Transocean : “That stock’s going back to its 52-week high.” Buy RIG, Cramer said.

Cytyc Corp : The stock is up eight points since Cramer recommended it last week, and he’s not done recommending it. Buy, buy, buy!

Wynn Resorts : This is a Chinese speculative name right now, Cramer said. It’s so hot he recommends investors be careful. Don’t buy.

Apple : Cramer is bullish on Apple.

Force Protection : Sell, sell, sell!

Jim’s charitable trust owns Caterpillar and Transocean.

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ORCL
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RIG
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SIRI
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Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd
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TNH
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VPH
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WYNN
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AAPL
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GOOGL
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