Lightning Round: Sempra Energy, Headwaters, Citigroup and More

Sempra Energy : Cramer prefers Duke Energy, which boasts a great dividend yield.

Ivanhoe Energy : The "Mad Money" host blesses IVAN as a speculative play.

Headwaters : It's too late to sell this name, Cramer said. There aren't enough catalysts right now.

Fluor : Although this stock has struggled as of late, Cramer likes this Irving, Texas-based industrial goods name.

Citigroup : This will be a "monster stock" in 2011, Cramer said, with shares possibly going to $12 by 2012.

Exxon Mobil : When it comes to the oil space, Cramer prefers Hess .

People's United : This stock is "dirt cheap" and Cramer thinks it could go higher.

Atmel : Cramer is a buyer of this semiconductor stock.

When this post was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Fluor and Hess.

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