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Lightning Round: Altria, Delta, VMware and More


Berry Petroleum : This oil producer is exactly what Cramer would own right now. “I like it berry much.”

Flextronics : One of the few tech stocks that Cramer would actually buy. It’s too cheap to pass up, he said.

Allegheny Technologies : Cramer recommended selling this and he never looked back. As a titanium producer, it’s tied to aerospace, which is performing terribly.

Omniture : When Google peaked, OMTR peaked. Cramer likes the product but tech is just horrendous right now.

VMware : Sell this high multiple tech stock, Cramer advised. EMC is cheaper but it’s been a dog lately, too.

Bristol-Myers : Cramer sees very little upside in BMY or GlaxoSmithKline .

Altria : It makes up the largest position of Cramer’s charitable trust. He would buy more.

Delta : Cramer urged investors to stay away from the airline stocks.

Service Corp. : Cut your losses. Cramer sees no reason to buy this funeral services company.

Nuance Communications : A speech software company? Sell, sell sell.

Cimarex Energy : An “unbelievably good” yet still ignored oil and natural gas play, according to Cramer.

Jim's charitable trust owns Altria and EMC.

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