Lightning Round: Time Warner, Dow Chemical, Black & Decker and More

Nuance Communications : NUAN’s had a decent run, so take profits, Cramer said.

Boston Beer : Stick with name brands like Molson Coors Brewing, Cramer said.

Potash : Go with Terra Nitrogen instead. It offers a nice 9.5% dividend yield.

Hormel Foods : Cramer likes HRL as a play on consumers shrinking wallets. He’s been looking at American Italian Pasta, too. But his favorite of the private-label group is Ralcorp Holdings.

Dow Chemical : Cramer won’t recommend Dow as long as CEO Andrew Liveris is running that company. Sell, sell, sell.

Black & Decker : This stock may be down, but with a good dividend and the cash flow to protect it, Cramer’s bullish on BDK. Wait for it to drop to $26-$27 to buy.

Time Warner : Time Warner is a “train wreck,” Cramer said. “There’s nothing there.” Sell TWX.

Cramer's charitable trust owns Black & Decker.

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