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Lightning Round:  Salesforce.com, IBM, Toll Brothers and More

Tuesday, 4 Oct 2011 | 8:05 PM ET

Sprint Nextel : Cramer thinks the amount of money that Sprint reportedly committed to spend to carry the iPhone "smacked of desperation," he said.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners : The "Mad Money" host would buy this stock, which has a seven percent yield.

Salesforce.com : This is one of the high flying stocks Cramer is not recommending right now. While he thinks business is strong, it is not enough to carry it. He suggests waiting. However, if you want to buy, he said only use deep-in-the-moneycalls.

Chesapeake Energy : Cramer thinks this is a terrific company. We just need the President to recognize how good natural gas is, and the stock could go to $40. Without that endorsement, Cramer thinks it will "inch its way to $30."

Toll Brothers : "This is the best house in a real bad neighborhood," Cramer said, and he doesn't want to own it.

Edward Lifesciences : This is one of Cramer's favorites.

Skyworks Solutions : Skyworks should be bottoming here as it does seasonally every year. It's a good company, Cramer said.

TriQuint Semiconductor : Cramer can not recommend this company.

IBM : IBM is terrific, and is one of the best stocks in show, Cramer said.

Cree Inc : Cramer prefers EMC or Red Hat .

Manulife Financial : Cramer is not recommending any financial stocks right now.


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

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