What's Wrong With Whirlpool?

Cramer broke out the mailbag to answer your questions on Monday's "Mad Money."

The first question came from Don in Florida, who wondered what's going on with Whirlpool . The stock seems to get into trouble, he said, even when there isn't any bad news. Cramer said that while people are worried about US housing, the Benton Harbor, Mich.-based company has a strong presence in Brazil. Being as the stock is trading at roughly ten times earnings, Cramer would buy.

In the next letter, Hayden asked for Cramer's thoughts on Intel . While he owns the stock, Cramer said he's "not thrilled with it," but wouldn't sell it at current levels. He also has no catalyst to buy INTC right now.

Gary in Michigan wanted to know which company Cramer likes best: Pepsico or Coca-Cola . The "Mad Money" host said Coca-Cola will be helped by their purchase of a bottling company. He thinks Coke having its own bottling company, like Pepsi does, will help KO.

Mike from Paradise, Calif. asked Cramer to help him choose between Energy Transfer Partners and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners . Cramer favors KMP because he said CEO Richard Kinder has the "best track record in the industry."

James told Cramer he's a manager at Walmart and wondered if he should take advantage of the employee discount on company stock. Cramer thinks that's a good idea because it's breaking out of a "long-term slumber" and could go higher.

When this post was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Coca-Cola and Intel.

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