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Lightning Round: DuPont, Travelzoo, Power-One and More

DuPont : Cramer likes this chemicals company, especially its CEO Ellen Kullman.

Travelzoo : This New York City-based Internet information provider disappointed in its most recent quarter, so Cramer would avoid its stock.

Power-One : The "Mad Money" host doesn't like this company's business, or its stock.

Hudson City Bancorp : This stock may boast a 5.4 percent dividend yield, but Cramer said it lacks growth.

Enterprise Products : Cramer likes this natural gas company. He's a buyer.

EMC : This stock could go to $30 a share, Cramer said. Buy.

Chevron : Some on Wall Street might be worried about Chevron's legal troubles, but Cramer said he's not concerned. He's a buyer of CVX.












When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned EMC.

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