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Lightning Round: Google, Verizon, Monsanto and More

Caterpillar : CAT’s a buy on any pullback.

Verizon Communications : Verizon’s a buy, Cramer said.

Foster Wheeler : Cramer’s charitable trust took some profits on FWLT, but he thinks the stock still goes higher.

Monsanto :Terra Nitrogen is Cramer’s favorite in this group. Then Monsanto , Agrium , Mosaic and Potash , in that order.

CV Therapuetics : Sell CV Therapeutics. The money’s been made in this stock.

Denbury Resources : DNR is cheap, and Cramer likes it.

Douglas Emmett : “I do not like DEI,” Cramer said.

Mohawk Industries : With housing looking to be on the rebound, Cramer’s bullish on MHK. The stock’s up big, though, so wait for a pullback.

Sohu.com : “I think that one’s dicey,” Cramer said. “I’d rather own Google .”

MetLife : Cramer ranked his favorite insurers: Travelers , Chubb and then MetLife. He likes Aflac , too, and he’s bullish on them all.

St Jude Medical : This stock has withstood President Obama’s proposed health-care changes while competitors have not. STJ is a buy.

Teck Cominco : TCK is a buy up to $8, Cramer said. Keep in mind that this is a speculation play, though, so be cautious.



Cramer's charitable trust owns Caterpillar and Foster Wheeler.

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