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Ladies' Night Web Extra: Part 2

When a women in the audience for Tuesday's Ladies' Night show said she bought Diana Shipping just because her daughter had the same name, Cramer had to laugh. He's played the same type of game himself. Once, when Hewlett-Packard was trading at $23, he saw a license plate that read "HPQ 46." He took it as a sign that the stock might trade up.

Now, Cramer doesn't recommend Homegamers follow his lead on that one. Actually, nothing but rigorous homework should decide whether or not a stock is worth owning. But he relates to anyone who takes Wall Street as personally as he does.

Check out the other questions audience members had for the Mad Money host. Get Cramer's opinion on Caterpillar, Google, Apple, CVS Caremark and more.

Jim's charitable trust owns Caterpillar, CVS Caremark and Hewlett-Packard.

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