Cramer told a viewer that medical supplies maker
(UNIS) was way too risky given its volatility.
Cramer told another viewer that software maker
(ADBE) is suffering from
(AAPL) decision to leave Adobe's Flash software off its iPhone and iPad devices.
He told a third viewer that
(IBM) tends to trade around its earnings, and doesn't usually have a catalyst between quarters to propel it higher.
Cramer told a final viewer that perhaps his outlook on
Hain Celestial Group
was too rosy given the company's exposure in the New York City metro area. He said until the company's products are available everywhere in the country, perhaps the stock won't break out as predicted.
Cramer was bullish on
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(WFT - Get Report)
(HAS - Get Report)
(SPTN - Get Report)
(SPLS - Get Report)
(MRVL - Get Report)
(BRCM - Get Report)
He was bearish on
(CACI - Get Report)
-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington D.C.
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