Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
AK Steel : Cramer thinks this stock is a 'sell.'
Omnivision : You don't want to be in this one, either, said Cramer.
Ferrellgas Partners : I don't want to be in this one either, said Cramer. Instead look at Kinder-Morgan.
Lorillard : I don't endorse smoking, said Cramer, but I endorse this smoking stock.
Visa : Love it as both a short and long term play on more people paying with plastic, said Cramer.
Texas Capital Bancshares : I don't have the answer, admits Cramer. I need to do more work.
Dell : Nothing proprietary at Dell, said Cramer. I'm a seller.
Walgreen : I'm starting to become a believer, said Cramer. It looks good.
OraSure Tech : I'm surprised that the stock isn't doing better, said Cramer. Still, I wouldn't give up yet.
Huntington Bancshares : It's a regional bank that's doing everything right. I'm a buyer, said Cramer.
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