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Cramer Your Answers 'Mad Mail'

During Thursday's "Mad Mail" segment, Cramer first got caught up on some homework.

On Tuesday, Nick in Pennsylvania asked about SeaDrill . Before making a call on the stock, Cramer said he wanted to do some research. After doing his homework, Cramer blessed this stock Thursday. The deepwater drilling market is doing well right now and it's only getting stronger, he said.

Meanwhile, Dave in Kentucky said he ignored Cramer's advice and bought the spinoff, not the parent, after Banco Santander made its initial public offering. He's been holding on to and actually adding to his position in BSBR, but wonders what he should do next? Continue to hold on to this stock, Cramer said, because in the next few years Brazil's economy is going to take off. But should it pop any time soon, he recommends selling.

John in Missouri wanted to know why Big Lots is trading at a price-to-earnings ratio of around 10 while Dollar General is almost double that. Dollar stores trade sky-high right now, Cramer explained. Plus, DG filed for a secondary just today.

Mike asked for Cramer's thoughts on Arcelor Mittal . At times when things are slowing, Cramer said people shouldn’t own steel stocks. He does, however, like Nucor because it has a high yield.

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