Here's what Cramer had to say about callers' stocks during the "Lightning Round":
(XOM): "No one ever got hurt owning it. I like
(CVX), Exxon is just OK in my book."
(DEO): "These are terrific stocks. They are the best."
: "Look before you leap. I think you should buy
: "I'm a buyer of Duke, even though I don't like their boardroom manners."
: "I'd like it to come in a little. They're money."
: "No, I'd rather see you in
: "It's OK. Chevron is cheaper and has more growth."
: "It's not bad but you can get
for a discount. I'm going there."
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: "The bears are putting a cap on that stock, but I'm a believer."
It used to be that fall was the time to buy all things tech, Cramer told viewers, but in today's market technology is more treacherous than ever, as a recent downgrade of the entire semiconductor equipment sector further illustrated. But are there any bright spots worth owning?
Cramer said even with new product cycles from
, the PC market has gone from fast growth to slow growth to no growth to declines. He said that
, a stock he owns for his charitable trust,
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, remains the only player in that cohort.
The rest of the PC makers and suppliers remain value traps, said Cramer, including
. He said only
have any upside potential.
In the big data space, Cramer said he likes
, but wouldn't extend that logic to include servers or disk drive makers. He remained bullish on
and said that consulting plays like
are also strong.
Finally, Cramer said that
might be worth owning as the company may be getting its act together after seeing its shares falter for so long.
No Huddle Offense
In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer spoke about his earlier interview with
(SBUX - Get Report)
CEO Howard Schultz. He said that investors want to be betting with, not against, Schultz, who is setting up his company for a third round of growth.
Cramer was less optimistic on
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
(GMCR - Get Report)
, currently a Starbucks partner but also a company that will eventually become the competition as Starbucks unleashes its new Verismo coffee maker to the public.
--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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