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Lightning Round: Sears, Intel, VeriSign and More

TransCanada : Cramer likes the yield and the growth rate, calling TRP a “favorite” in the energy space.

Sears Holdings : Cramer is confident Eddie Lampert will right the ship eventually. He’s sticking with it.

VeriSign : Internet security is a good business, Cramer said, but he prefers Symantec .

Green Mountain Coffee : It has been a “gigantic winner,” Cramer said.

Zion Bancorp : Don’t buy. Cramer thinks these mid-range banks like Zion are less likely to get bids or sovereign business than the big caps.

Intel : The time is right to start buying Intel again, Cramer said.

China Petroleum & Chemical : Cramer’s Chinese oil play is PetroChina .

Jabil Circuit : This one is not as good as Flextronics , according to Cramer.

Cree : A potentially solid business but the management isn’t strong enough. “Don’t buy.”

Waste Management : Believe it or not, WMI is a GDP play driven by capital spending. With a slowing GDP, Cramer wouldn’t buy it.

Jim's charitable trust owns Sears Holdings.

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