Cramer followed up on three hot IPOs he recently recommended. He said that he'd ring the register on
(MXL), which is up 28%. He'd still be buyer of
(CALX), but only on a pull back, and would be a buyer of
First Interstate Bancshares
(FIBK) at its current levels.
Cramer told a viewer that blackout periods for management, like the one seen on the
(H) IPO is normal, and a good and right policy for companies to have.
Cramer told two final viewers that
(STEC) is a poorly run company and he would not own it, but would own
(WFT), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust,
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, and one which he regarded as the cheapest oil services play out there.
Cramer was bullish on
Millicom International Cellular
(AMX - Get Report)
(SKS - Get Report)
(ST - Get Report)
(ZMH - Get Report)
St Jude Medical
(STJ - Get Report)
(ABT - Get Report)
Philip Morris International
(PM - Get Report)
(BGCP - Get Report)
(CLF - Get Report)
(NUE - Get Report)
He was bearish on
United States Steel
(X - Get Report)
-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington D.C.
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