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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday:
Cramer is not a buyer of
Burger King(BKW) because investors all seem to be piling into
He is bullish on
Sanchez Energy(SN - Get Report) after interviewing the company's CEO on last night's "Mad Money," and on LED light bulb maker
Cree(CREE - Get Report), a stock Cramer said was heading higher.
BKW fell 3% to $19.35, SN rose 2% to $19.50 and CREE was off 18 cents to $53.99.
Cramer noted that despite weak sales, shares of
Intel(INTC - Get Report) aren't declining much thanks to its dividend yield protection. He told viewers not to buy
Tumi(TUMI - Get Report) because he wants to wait and see what it reports in earnings. INTC fell 14 cents to $21.04 and TUM was 11 cents lower at $23.73.
Finally, Cramer prefers
AFC Enterprises(AFCE), purveyors of Popeye's restaurants, over
Buffalo Wild Wings(BWLD - Get Report). BWLD rose 37 cents to end Thursday trading at $85.34.
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