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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Tuesday:
Cliffs Natural Resources(CLF - Get Report) is a China trade that now yields 7% and is headed much higher. He was also bullish on
Vale(VALE - Get Report), a stock he owns for his charitable trust,
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, saying that it's not too late to own this stock. CLF ended trading Tuesday up 1.8% but Vale was unchanged.
Cramer was bearish on
Pan American Silver(PAAS - Get Report), saying if investors want to own silver, buy a silver ETF rather than the miners themselves. He was also shocked at the huge earnings miss by
SAP(SAP - Get Report), saying everyone, including him, expected blowout results. PAAS was down 1.9% while SAP dropped 5.3%.
When asked about a downgrade of
Regeneron(REGN - Get Report), Cramer's response was, "Give me a break," although he noted Regeneron remains a great company. Likewise with an upgrade on
Celgene(CELG - Get Report) that was posted today after the stock's monster run higher. Cramer questioned where the analyst has been the past few weeks. REGN ended the day down 2.5% but CELG rose 1.8%.
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