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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday.
Palo Alto Networks
(PANW - Get Report) and other network security stocks are "just too hard to own," says Cramer. He wants to avoid this name. Investors agreed, dropping the stock by 10.8% to $48.52.
(DIS - Get Report) conviction buy rating was reaffirmed by Goldman and Cramer thinks investors can buy this name on weakness. DIS fell 2.4% to $63.08.
(GES - Get Report)
looked awful to Cramer after reporting first-quarter earnings, but "not horrendous enough. The stock goes higher," he said. GES jumped 8.3% to close at $31.78.
(PNRA - Get Report)
was downgraded by Lazard Capital but Cramer thinks the stock can go higher. "I wish they would split the stock," he added. PNRA fell 1% to $191.83.
(SNDK - Get Report)
increased its capacity production, and this is what Cramer said he has been waiting to hear. However, he warned investors should still "be careful with these stocks." SNDK fell 1.5% to $59.02.
Charles River Laboratories
(CRL - Get Report)
was downgraded by Raymond James, but Cramer disagreed. He still likes the company going forward. CRL closed 1.6% lower at $43.31.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in New York.