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Lightning Round: China Mobile, Siemens, Corning and More

China Mobile : China Mobile, along with Baidu.com , Focus Media and PetroChina , are Cramer’s Four Horsemen of China, and he’s sticking with them.

Tidewater : Go with Transocean , Schlumberger , Halliburton , FMC Technologies , Core Labs or Oceaneering International instead, Cramer said. They’re all better than Tidewater.

Qualcomm : “That thing is a sell, sell, sell.”

Corning : “This is an amazing stock.”

Orion Energy Systems : Cramer recommended Ultra Petroleum during Thursday’s show, and he said it’s a better stock than OESX.

Petrobras Energia : “You should buy this stock.”

Pacer International : Cramer passed on Pacer. He wanted to do more homework on the stock before he made a recommendation.

Air Products : A helium shortage doesn’t hurt this stock, Cramer said, it boosts APD’s pricing power. “This stock is smoking, smoking, smoking.”

AXA : If you want to own a broker, go with Goldman Sachs , Cramer said. If you want a bank, buy some Hudson City Bancorp .

Siemens : This is one of Cramer’s “absolute favorite stocks.” It’s “a keeper,” he said.

Jim's charitable trust owns Corning, Goldman Sachs and Transocean.

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FTI
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GLW
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GS
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HAL
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HCBK
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OESX
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OII
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PA1
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1857
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PESA
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QCOM
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RIG
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SIE
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SLB
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TDW
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UPL
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