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Lightning Round: Citigroup, El Paso, AT&T and More

Tractor Supply : Cramer said TSCO works as a play on the agriculture bull market. He’s bullish on lots of these ag stocks right now.

Statoil : “I like Statoil,” Cramer said. While the company isn’t as high a grower as other oil stocks, he thinks it is well run and offers a good dividend yield.

QR Energy : Cramer said he needed to do more research on QRE before making a call. He promised to come back with a call.

EnerNOC : Don’t buy. NOC hasn’t performed as Cramer had expected, he said, even though he still likes the long-term thesis of energy savings that the company was supposed to represent.

AT&T : “I don’t like it as much as Verizon,” Cramer said. Not just because Verizon is getting Apple’s iPhone, but also because of the company’s FiOS build-out. He thinks Windstream and Frontier Communications are better than AT&T as well.

El Paso : “It’s a terrific natural-gas play,” Cramer said. “I would continue to buy it.”

Citigroup : Citi is a buy, Cramer said.

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