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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Monday:
Cramer is no fan of
Altera(ALTR) and would sell that stock in favor of rival
Xilinx(XLNX). He was bullish on
Tupperware(TUP - Get Report), however, saying this direct sales company is nothing like
Herbalife(HLF). ALTR ended Monday trading down 1% to $35.09. TUP fell 4% to $76.10.
Cramer said that after
Adobe's(ADBE - Get Report) big run, he's a seller on a valuation basis, but he's still a fan of
Owens-Illinois(OI - Get Report) as that company benefits from cheap natural gas. ADBE was unchanged at $41.48 but OI rose 2.2% to $27.06.
Finally, Cramer was bullish on
EOG Resources(EOG - Get Report), saying that company's earnings are terrific. He thinks
Salesforce.com(CRM - Get Report) could see $215 a share. EOG was unchanged at $128.66 while CRM was flat at $185.94.
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