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Cramer says the Tesla squeeze is devastating, Express Scripts may be a darling again and Google is going much higher.
Don't short AOL and watch for a DuPont breakout, Cramer said.
Cramer said he's amazed Carl Icahn keeps buying Herbalife stock and EOG is in the middle of an oil and gas revolution.
Cramer said there are two sides to Linn's story and Pinnacle Foods is a tasty stock choice.
Cramer says Bank of America is a buy but UnitedHealth is ailing.
Cramer says don't short refineries, and there may be something to the Blackberry 10.
Cramer says Pru knows how to do it right, while Allergan is taking it on the chin.