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Cramer Answers Your Questions

Friday, 30 Sep 2011 | 7:26 PM ET

It's time for "Mad Mail," where Cramer answers your questions.

Cramer Answers Viewer Mail
Mad Money host Jim Cramer does his homework on four stocks; Illumina, Opko Health, Brasil Foods, and Harry Winston, and then answers viewer mail.

To start, the "Mad Money" host got to some homework. Last Tuesday, Harvey in Arizona asked about Illumina . Cramer wanted to do some research before making a call and on Friday, he said this cheap stock will likely get cheaper. It's too early to come in right now.

Last Friday, Richie in North Carolina wanted Cramer's take on Opko Health . After doing some research, Cramer said he likes this company and praised its management team. He blessed it for a trade, but would own this as an investment because he thinks it's too risky.

On Monday, Patrick in Texas brought up Brasil Foods . Cramer did his homework and likes this company's future prospects. It doesn't pay a dividend yield, though, and lacks a catalyst. So he would wait for a pullback before buying shares. He wouldn't get behind any stocks without a yield, though.

Finally, Matt in New York wondered if Cramer would bless Harry Winston . But again, Cramer thinks this stock could continue to go lower. He likes it as a speculative play, but thinks it's just too dangerous because it lacks a dividend yield.

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