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Lightning Round: AT&T, Microsoft, MetLife and More

Entergy :Dominion Resources is a better play, Cramer said.

Dominion Resources

Research in Motion : Cramer took a pass on RIMM because he has had a hard time calling this stock recently.

Manulife : If investors believe that a change in accounting standards is coming to the insurance industry, then Cramer recommended they buy Aflac instead. He likes MetLife, too, even though it was up 10.5% Tuesday.

Aflac
MetLife

Molson Coors : Don’t buy TAP. “They may not have it together like I thought they did,” Cramer said.

General Maritime : Go with Nordic American Tanker instead, Cramer said.

Nordic American Tanker

Intercontinental Exchange : Cramer likes NYSE Euronext more than ICE.

NYSE Euronext

HSBC Holdings : Cramer’s bullish on HSBC.

Microsoft : “I can’t get excited about Microsoft,” Cramer said. “I just think it’s kind of dead in the water.”

Clearwire : Sell Clearwire, Cramer said.

Alcoa : Cramer can’t get behind AA. Freeport-McMoRan is Cramer’s pick for the minerals sector.

Freeport-McMoran

AT&T : Cramer said AT&T is a buy.

Energy Conversion : Stay away from ENER, Cramer said.








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