Lightning Round: Caterpillar, Zipcar, BreitBurn Energy Partners and More

Ford Motor or Caterpillar : Cramer likes CAT more because it has more exposure to China.

New Jersey Resources : The "Mad Money" host doesn't like this name. He prefers American Electric Power , which has almost a 5 percent yield, much more.

Zipcar : This is a good company that doesn't necessarily make a good stock, Cramer said. It's been coming down since its IPO and he would wait to deal with it until the first week of January.

Kodiak Oil & Gas : Cramer likes this name, which he thinks is a good takeover target with good properties in the Bakken shale. However, he doesn't think it's as good as EOG Resources or Continental Resources .

Limited Brands : This is one of the best run companies in the world, Cramer said. He would "buy, buy buy."

BreitBurn Energy Partners : Cramer likes this stock. If you like yield, he would go with Kinder Morgan Energy Partners .

Chico's FAS : This name has fallen on hard times and Cramer doesn't want homegamers to own it. There are other retails he likes better. If Costco goes down Thursday, he would buy that instead.

Goodyear Tire : Goodyear has been stuck in the mud for so long, Cramer said. It just had a big spike up and he would sell.

Resource Capital : Cramer thinks this company has a good yield and good management.

Eagle Rock Energy Partners : This company transports natural gas and Cramer likes that business. He also likes Energy Transfer Partners .

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