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Lightning Round: Exxon Mobil, Altria, Home Depot and More

Tuesday, 2 Jun 2009 | 8:35 PM ET

Exxon Mobil : Cramer would rather see investors in Chevron , for its 3.9% dividend yield and improving fundamentals, or BP (below $48).

Lightning Round
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

Altria : Cramer likes Altria’s 7.5% dividend yield, but he doubts the stock will move much because cigarette prices are so high now.

Barclays :JPMorgan Chase is a better pick, Cramer said.

Newell Rubbermain : Cramer prefers Tupperware Brands to Rubbermaid. He said there is limited upside in NWL unless the company puts itself up for sale, “and that’s not enough reason for me to recommend a stock.”

Williams Sonoma : Cramer said WSM isn’t well managed, though the overall uptrend in retail should help this stock. Investors should consider buying Home Depot if they want a retail play on housing’s bottom and eventual turn up.

Cramer’s charitable trust owns BP, Chevron, Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase.

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BP.
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CVX
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HD
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JPM MLP ETN
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MO
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NWL
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TUP
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WSM
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