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Lightning Round: Hasbro, Caterpillar, Vale and More


Intuitive Surgical : After the company failed to blow away its earnings, as it’s been accustomed to do, Cramer thinks the run may be over. He would take gains here.

Caterpillar : Cramer said he regrets selling CAT from his charitable trust. This is one of the world’s greatest companies, he said. “Buy, buy, buy.”

L3 Communications : One of Cramer’s “absolute favorite” defense stocks.

Hasbro : This toymaker could be in the early innings of a major move higher, Cramer said. It is doing everything right.

Paragon Shipping : Cramer said he would rather buy Frontline .

Tele Norte Leste : Cramer left this Brazilian telecom play on the cutting room floor when he did his weeklong focus on Brazil. It’s a buy.

Valero : Integrated oils are performing better than refiners and Cramer said he’d rather own Occidental or ConocoPhillips than VLO, even though it is cheap.

Vale : This is the “single cheapest metals stock in the world” thanks to its exposure to nickel, Cramer said. “It cannot be contained by gravity.”

Capstead Mortgage : There are two financials Cramer recommends: JPMorgan and Hudson City Bancorp .


Jim's charitable trust owns Conoco.

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CAT
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CMO
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COP
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FRO
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HAS
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HCBK
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ISRG
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JPM MLP ETN
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LLL
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OXY
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PRGN
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RIO
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VLO
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