Lightning Round: FLIR Systems, Potash, Sprint Nextel and More

FLIR Systems : While some worry what impact reduced federal spending will have on this company, Cramer doesn't sweat it. Being a defense technology company, he thinks it's in a niche that's making money.

Potash : Cramer thinks this stock could fall to around $120 a share. If it does, he will buy POT because he thinks the "ag bull market is not resting."

Fortune Brands : The "Mad Money" host thinks now is the time to take profits.

Sprint Nextel : Cramer doesn't like this stock right now.

Corning : People think there's an overbuild of TV screens, which if true, could hurt Corning. But Cramer doesn't want to have to worry about TV sales and would pass on this stock.

Providence Energy : Cramer likes Canadian energy trusts, but prefers Linn Energy , which boasts a 7.4 percent dividend yield.

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