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Buy Research in Motion

Research in Motion is a buy, Cramer said during Monday’s Stop Trading!. The tech firm reports next week and “the guidance is going to be big.”

“The [RIMM] shorts are on the run,” he said.

Responding to Carl Icahn’s appearance on “Street Signs,” Cramer said Motorola , a company in which the billionaire’s heavily invested, should be worried about Apple’s iPhone, which a year from now will be "taking things by storm." And not just that – the Motorola handset market is an issue since MOT has no smartphone.

“It’s a dumb-phone company,” Cramer said.

The Mad Money host did get behind Icahn’s move into BiogenIdec, though, saying he “has a real good hand in biotech.”

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