Lightning Round: Whole Foods, Sirius, Mastercard and More

Whole Foods : Cramer said he’s worried from a competition standpoint. Whole Foods is threatened by Safeway and its turn to organic and the private grocer Trader Joe’s.

Schering Plough : The selling is relentless but Cramer, who owns the stock for his trust, remains optimistic SGP will go higher when the Vytorin bad news wears off.

Mastercard : Buy it on a pullback, Cramer sanctioned, but lock in some of those gains if you own it.

WellCare Health : It’s looking like it’s getting its act together, but Cramer said he would still rather own WellPoint or Humana .

Stanley : Cramer wasn’t familiar with this IT services name. “You stumped the chump, my friend.” He said he would do some work and get back to it.

Sirius : Stick with it, Cramer urged.

Urban Outfitters : Cramer would hold onto URBN. He believes the estimates are too low.

Savvis : Skip this outsourcing play, Cramer said.

Jim's charitable trust owns ConocoPhillips.

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