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Lightning Round: Hershey, DuPont, Caterpillar and More


Yingli Energy : First Solar is the best solar play out there, period, according to Cramer.

Nextwave Wireless : Cramer thinks it's a don’t buy. Same for Clearwire . These stocks are “poisonous.”

RAM Energy : This is fine, but why not buy a big natural gas player like Apache or Devon ? That’s what Cramer would do.

Bristol Myers : This is a great opportunity to buy BMY, Cramer said. He thinks it’s worth $28 to $30.

Electronic Data : Don’t be greedy and take the gains from the Hewlett Packard buyout, Cramer said. Although he’s not so sure the deal was a right move.

Hershey : Cramer is negative on the chocolate giant. He’d rather own Heinz , General Mills or Pepsi .

Caterpillar : A “screaming buy” at $81, according to Cramer.

DuPont : Cramer doesn’t think this company gets enough credit for its miraculous turnaround.

Goldman Sachs : At over $70 million, Lloyd Blankfein is the most underpaid CEO on Wall street, at least as far as Cramer is concerned. Goldman is a winner and he sees it going through $200.

GTX : This is a huge speculative biotech play, Cramer cautioned.

Conceptus : “We’re not touching this one.”


Jim's charitable trust owns Goldman Sachs.

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