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The trading panel discussed industrial stocks, which are showing renewed vigor.
Cramer says Lumber Liquidators is ready to turn things around and Cubist Pharmaceuticals has a promising experimental drug.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' questions from Twitter on 3D Systems, Aeropostale and Cisco's effect on Juniper.
The trading panel discussed what's going on in the tech sector.
Cramer said he like Diana Shipping and United Technologies but not ADT.
Jim Cramer says that Coca-Cola is 'falling apart' as its U.S. soda sales have plummeted. Cramer likes PepsiCo, though. Here's why.
Jim Cramer says Cisco is a 'wounded giant,' he thinks Qualcomm can go to $80, but Anadarko is challenged in the wake of its multibillion-dollar Tronox liability.
The producer price index dipped 0.1% in November. HighTower Pagnato-Karp Group's Paul Pagnato thinks producer price changes remain flat.
The trading panel discussed the drop in the market and 'Teflon Twitter.'