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Lightning Round: Petrobras, DuPont, Sears and More

Petrobras : The fact that PBR could issue even more stock—or so said a Barclays report, Cramer noted—after holding the biggest equity offering in history has the “Mad Money” host “concerned.” So he won’t recommend Petrobras right now.

Sears Holdings : Sears works as “an interesting spec,” Cramer said, but he can’t recommend the stock after the company’s last quarter, which “wasn’t that good or … that bad.” Home Depot is his favorite in this space.

Penn West Energy : Don’t buy PWE. “It just had a big run,” Cramer said. Regardless, he likes Permian Basin Royalty Trust, BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust and some of the other energy trusts more than Penn West.

Union Pacific : “This is a terrific stock,” Cramer said.

H&R Block :Intuit INTU is the better play, Cramer said.

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters : There’s “too much risk” in GMCR, Cramer said. Don’t buy.

DuPont : Cramer endorsed DD and its 3.6-percent dividend yield.

CBOE Holdings : Cramer isn’t as excited about this stock as he once was, but CBOE is so cheap, he said, “You have to pull the trigger a little bit.”

First Horizon National :PNC Financial and US Bancorp “are better regionals than FHN,” Cramer said, but this stock works as a speculation play, he said. “At $11, I think it works.”

When this story published, Cramer’s charitable trust owned Home Depot.

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