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Lightning Round: Sears, Hershey, Qualcomm and More

Geoeye : Don’t buy, Cramer said.

Hershey : Hershey should be sold on strength, Cramer said.

Sears : Cramer’s no longer confident in Sears. His only retail recommendations are Costco , Wal-Mart , TJX and Urban Outfitters .

Dana Holding Corp. : It’s a sell, along with the rest of the auto parts business, Cramer said.

Gran Tierra : Cramer would buy more of this oil and gas play if it goes below $7.

American Capital : The dividend seems too good to be true, but ACAS is a financial and Cramer is bearish on the whole group. The risk is just too high.

Qualcomm : Cramer admits he blew it by not recommending QCOM. It’s a buy, he said, and it’s going higher.

General Steel : The steel business as a whole is in bull market mode, along with natural gas and fertilizer. These are themes to look for, Cramer said.

Merck : "Buy it."

Tyson : Cramer's not a buyer.

Jim's charitable trust owns Sears and Wal-Mart.

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