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Lightning Round: Johnson & Johnson, Plum Creek and More

Johnson & Johnson: This call depends on your strategy. If you have a longer term approach, don't sell it. If you want money now to go to work in the market, it's not the stock to have.

Corn Products International : Cramer thinks it's a cheap stock and thinks it's a buy opportunity.

Plum Creek Timber Co.: Cramer isn't happy with the yield, and would recommend Enterprise Product Partners which had a magnificent quarter.



Salesforce.com: It's a really expensive stock, but has one of the best CEO's out there, says Cramer. He thinks it's a good company that's a buy.

Linn Energy: With Natural Gas prices where they are, Cramer says don't buy.

National-Oilwell Varco: If you want to own a natural gas company, Cramer suggests a more integrated company, like ConocoPhillips and if you want a drilling company, he suggests Schlumberger.

PPL Corp.: Cramer thinks the yeild is just satisfactory. Instead, go for Consolidated Edison or Dominion.

Agco : Cramer's not a believer in the Agricultural stocks, the only one he'll reccommend is Terra Nitrogen with a good yeild.

Fresh Del Monte: When looking at a food stock, Cramer would rather see you go for a stock that has already annonced earnings, like Hershey .


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