Cramer says investors using Covid stimulus checks on stocks should buy Google-parent Alphabet

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Investors who plan to put a portion of their latest Covid stimulus checks into the stock market should buy shares of Google-parent Alphabet, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.

Cramer made the suggestion on "Squawk on the Street" while analyzing the valuations of Big Tech companies including Apple and Facebook.

"I do think Apple's down a lot, but not down enough," the "Mad Money" host said. "It's too early to buy some of these stocks, but they are getting very low compared to where they were."

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