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Lightning Round: Home Depot, DryShips, WWE and More

Wednesday, 17 Jun 2009 | 8:05 PM ET

DryShips : Cramer can’t get behind DryShips with present management in charge. Go with Frontline instead, he said. He also likes Nordic American in the tanker group, especially with the stock below its recent secondary offering price.

WESCO International : Cramer would rather see investors in Emerson Electric for its 3.9% dividend yield.

Herbalife : Cramer said he couldn’t make a call on the stock until CEO Michael Johnson appeared on Mad Money. Herbalife’s business model is under pressure in this environment, and Cramer wants to reconcile that with the insider buying taking place at the company.

Zions Bancorp. :Huntington Bancorp is a better play, Cramer said.

World Wrestling Entertainment : Cramer said he was “nervous” about WWE’s lack of earnings momentum. So this stock is a “don’t buy” for now.

Rosetta Stone : Sell RST.

Lowe’s : Cramer likes Home Depot more. HD will benefit more from an upswing in the economy. In the meantime, there’s a dividend that pays investors to wait.

Cramer's charitable trust owns Emerson Electric and Home Depot.

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EMR
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FRO
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HBAN
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HD
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HLF
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LOW
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Naturally Advanced Technologies
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RST
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WCC
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WWE
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ZION
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