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Lightning Round: Hewlett-Packard, Electronic Arts, Tennant and More

Hewlett-Packard : Cramer won’t endorse this stock until HPWQ finds a CEO to replace Mark Hurd.

Electronic Arts : Cramer likes ERTS for its exposure to social-media gaming, he said, though a lot of investors seem to be catching on to this one.

Cirrus Logic : Cramer is expecting a “monster quarter” from Cirrus. “I think Cirrus goes higher,” he said, telling viewers to hold onto it hits $21-$22 before they sell most of their position.

Tennant : Sell TNC, Cramer said.

Cisco Systems : CSCO is a buy. The stock may have sold off after its most recent earnings report, but Cramer thinks that just helped to lower expectations—expectations that Cisco should beat.

When this story published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Cisco Systems.

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