Lightning Round: Honeywell, Google, Exxon and More

Millicom International : “I do believe in the company,” Cramer said. “It’s got momentum. It’s got good earnings. It’s just expensive.” MICC is a buy on a pullback.

Cameco : “I don’t want to buy uranium…it’s too, too speculative.” For exposure to nuclear energy stocks, Cramer recommended ABB.

Honeywell : Cramer’s bullish on HON. “Pull the trigger [on] Honeywell,” he said.

YRC Worldwide : Go with a rail stock like CSX instead, Cramer said.

Google : Don’t buy Google until the company reins in its expenses and/or the stock falls below $400, Cramer said.

Weyerhaeuser : WY is “a terrific buy here.”

Exxon Mobil : “I like Exxon,” though Cramer said he prefers natural gas stocks right now.

Petrohawk Energy : “HK is fabulous.”

Trinity Industries : Go with Union Pacific , CSX, Burlington Northern or Norfolk Southern instead, Cramer said.

Verizon : Cramer said he hasn’t been happy with Verizon lately, but AT&T seems to be doing well.

Citigroup : Don’t buy, Cramer said, but he’s “starting to see signs of life” in Citigroup.

Discover Financial :Mastercard then Visa then America Express – in that order – are Cramer’s favorite credit-card companies.

Atlas Energy : Cramer’s bullish on ATN.

Jim’s charitable trust owns Verizon.

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