Lightning Round: Qualcomm, Ctrip.com, Hartford Financial Services and More

Qualcomm : The stock may be cheap and a great play off of Apple , Cramer said. But people want a dividend and they don't want Europe, so Qualcomm is not a play.

Ctrip.com : Cramer isn't recommending most Chinese stocks right now.

Hartford Financial Services : This stock may be cheap, but if you want to buy something that's trading at 50 percent of book value, go with AIG , where there's more action.

Ship Finance International : Chartering ships is too dangerous a business, so Cramer says this stock is a sell.

Anheuser-Busch InBev : Despite its international exposure, Cramer likes this stock and says it's just the kind of stock he's looking for in this unstable environment.

Midstates Petroleum Co. : This stock is too dangerous, Cramer said. If the U.S. dollar continues to gain strength, he thinks the price of oil could fall to $80 a barrel, which would have a negative impact on MPO.

Amarin Corp : Cramer says Amarin is a nice spec, especially because he thinks the biotech space is safe from economic exposure.

Wolverine World Wide : There's a shoe bull market going on and WWW is very much a part of it. Wait for a pullback and then buy, buy, buy!

Read on for Cramer’s Plays on a Potential Housing Rebound

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Apple and AIG.

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