Going over the data, Cramer said both companies are good ones and should do well in 2013, but based on the evidence, Pulte should be the stock having the better year. He said that in the home building sector,
still remains his favorite, but as for this showdown, Pulte takes the Super Bowl trophy.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer was bullish on
The Bank of Ireland
Cramer was bearish on
Buffalo Wild Wings
In the "Mad Mail" viewer feedback segment, Cramer followed up on
, which stumped him during an earlier show. He said while the company's tattoo removal treatments are exciting, at 30 times earnings he needs to wait for a pullback before buying in .
Cramer said that
is also trading at a premium, which is why he likes
. He is not a fan of
Just Energy Group
as the company's high yield is a big red flag.
Cramer also responded to questions sent via Twitter to
. He said that
has not been putting up the numbers he'd like to see, but drug maker
continues to be dynamite.
Cramer said to ring the register and take profits in
and he would not try to trade
, an Action Alerts PLUS holding, but rather own it for the long term. Cramer closed out the segment by saying he's bullish on
up to $300 a share.
No Huddle Offense
In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer recapped his big investment themes for 2013. He said that housing, autos, insurance, chemicals, energy, China, banking, aerospace and mobile technology are the places investors want to be when the market has its down days.
Cramer also added three other themes to the list. He said temporary staffing should soar higher as a way for companies to beat new taxes, and hospitals should also flourish under the new Obamacare laws.
Cramer called his final bull market theme for 2013 simply "do something," which includes companies that are making transformative acquisitions and taking control of their destinies.
Some highlights are
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