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Lightning Round: GameStop, Amgen, Caterpillar and More

GameStop : “Monster stock!” Cramer said GameStop should go higher.

Walt Disney : “I think Disney should be bought.” Disney could go to $37-$38, Cramer said.

US Bancorp : If Warren Buffett didn’t own this stock, Cramer said he’d tell Homegamers to sell. But for now it’s a “don’t buy.” He can’t recommend banks in this environment.



Caterpillar : Cramer is bullish for the long term. But if investors can’t take the pain in the short term, they should sell, he said.

Ciber : Cramer said he needs to give Ciber a better look before he can make a call.

Amgen : “This biotech group is just so awful.” Cramer can’t recommend Amgen.

Deere : The stock has pulled back 10%, so Cramer recommended pulling the trigger. His favorite in the group, though, is Agrium .

DryShips : Cramer is tepid on DryShips. “I don’t trust that group,” he said. “There’s too much momentum money in it.”

Asta Funding : Accounting irregularities equal sell in Cramer’s book. He can’t give ASFI the thumbs up.

United Natural Foods : Don't buy, Cramer said.

Mechel : This is a good company, but Cramer said he likes Freeport-McMoRan and CVRD better.

Petroleo Brasileiro : If investors are going to own one Brazil stock, Cramer said, this is it.

Jim’s charitable trust owns Caterpillar and Freeport-McMoRan.

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