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Lightning Round: Exxon, Potash, Hanes and More

Diebold : Sell, sell, sell, Cramer said. United Technologies put a bid on DBD, and now it’s time to cash out.

Hanes Brands : “Remarkable turnaround company.” HBI’s a buy, Cramer said.

Potash : With the world suffering a food shortage, a fertilizer company like POT is a good play.

Granite Construction : “Sell that sucker,” Cramer said. Use the spike in price to sell your stake in GVA.

Red Hat : RHT is just too hard to call. Cramer’s leaving this stock up to his viewers.

France Telecom : Cramer likes the yield and France's growth potential. “I would want to hold on to that,” he said.

Capstone : “Making a comeback,” Cramer said. “I think it makes an interesting” speculative play.

Exxon Mobile : “I’m never going to tell people in an environment where oil’s at $126 to give up on Exxon.” Still, Cramer prefers ConocoPhillips and Occidental Petroleum .

Gafisa : “I think Brazil is the most investable country on earth right now,” Cramer said. He’s bullish on Gafisa.

Jim's charitable trust owns ConocoPhillips.

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