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Lightning Round: Nike, Honeywell and More

Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

RPM International:

They missed their quarter, although they have a 6 1/2% yield. Cramer has always liked this quiet, protective coatings company and recommends them as a buy.

Eastman Kodak:

A direct competitor with Hewlett Packard (who just reported an outstanding quarter), Jim says no on Eastman Kodak and recommends you instead buy shares of HP.

Nike :

With a "monster good quarter" and the stock down big, Cramer feels that's a mistake and is bullish on Nike. Jim also believes that the cheapest of the apparel companies right now is VF Corp .

General Cable:

If you believe that the Obama administration will really bring a genuine government infrastructure program into play, then Jim says it's time to buy this "incredibly depressed" stock driven down by "hedge funds gone wild".

Steel Dynamics:

Cramer wonders why someone might buy Steel Dynamics over U.S. Steel near 52 week lows and Nucor flirting with $30 per share. He prefers either one of those to Steel Dynamics.

Honeywell:

Cramer thinks Dave Cody from Honeywell is a "total winner" and wants to buy.


















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Note: Cramer's charitable trust owns Hewlett Packard (HP), VF Corp (VFC)