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Lightning Round: Berkshire Hathaway, Visa, Intel and More

Raytheon : “This stock has been a monster stock,” Cramer said and suggested viewers take advantage of the pullback because “we know that the defense budget is not going back down.”

Berkshire Hathaway : Despite a decline in the price, Cramer likes this stock.


Visa : Regulatory reform will likely affect Visa, Cramer said and thinks viewers should wait for the pullback to $80.

Weatherford : Cramer likes this stock.

Intel : While trading low right now, Cramer expects this stock to climb when the European markets settle and China resumes its growth.

Kinder Morgan Energy : Cramer sees a potentially good opportunity to buy right now.

Telefonica : While the Mad Money host likes this Spain-based telecommunications company, he prefers American companies at this time.

Nokia : Cramer suggests selling at $13 and buying Apple.







Cramer's charitable trust owns Visa and Apple.

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