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Lightning Round OT: Chevron, Las Vegas Sands and Alumina

Alumina:

If you're going to do aluminum, says Cramer, he'd prefer you to be in Alcoa instead with a 7% dividend yield and is a "sitting duck" if the economy gets better.

Chevron:

Cramer believes it's one of the cheapest oils. When a company's yield goes to 4% he buys it, when it goes to 3% he sells it. Right now, Chevron's yield is in the middle. He says to wait for a pullback, and then buy.

Las Vegas Sands:

If it gets back up to $5 and change, Cramer says sell.




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Note: Cramer's charitable trust owns Chevron (CVX)