Lightning Round: Research In Motion, Deere, Peabody Energy and More

Corning : Being as Cramer doesn't like technology stocks right now, he would avoid GLW. If the glass maker reports strong earnings results on July 27, though, he will consider buying shares.

Research In Motion : "I think RIMM is going to be a wasting asset just like Nokia ," Cramer complained.

Deere : Given the worldwide food shortage, Cramer thinks farmers will continue to try and get more crops out of the same amount of land. That bodes well for this farm machinery maker, Cramer said. He also likes fertilizer maker Potash .

Peabody Energy : Cramer reiterated his 'buy' on this coal exploration and mining company due to the "coal supercycle." He thinks the stock could soar to $70 a share.

Intel : This stock has flatlined, Cramer said. He's not interested.

Bankrate : Although it doesn't have the pazazz of LinkedIn , Cramer likes this Internet company's stock. He thinks it's inexpensive and likely to go higher.

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