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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday.
Sterne Agee made a bold call that
MGM Resorts (MGM - Get Report) is coming back. "I believe in this" company, Cramer said. "I want to buy MGM." MGM closed Thursday up 3% to $15.14.
Continental Resources'(CLR - Get Report) assets from the Bakken Shale, "people are saying it didn't have the growth that we wanted," Cramer said. "Remember,
EOG Resources(EOG) has better assets but (Continental founder) Harold Hamm does a good job. I'd rather be in EOG," Cramer said. CR was 1.1% lower at $83.99.
Speaking of a Credit Suisse report on
Ingersoll-Rand (IR - Get Report), Cramer said the "breakup value is immense, and this is the kind industrial [that] people are reaching for. I like the call." IR was up 1% to $55.87.
Sales and marketing chief Scott Coleman at
DuPont(DD - Get Report) has done a great job, Cramer said. "I think this is finally in breakout mode." DD rose 1.2% to $55.38.
AOL's(AOL) first-quarter earnings, Cramer said "a lot of people are saying AOL didn't have the numbers" but he talked to CEO Tim Armstrong. "Don't short this company," Cramer warned."They've got a lot of videos and a lot of advertising." AOL climbed 3.4% to $39.04.
Salesforce.com (CRM - Get Report) stock has been moribund lately, Cramer said. When Morgan Stanley says it's behind the company, "that may be more of a reaction to the horrible numbers at
Rackspace(RAX), which turned out to be a commodity play, not a cloud play," Cramer said. CRM ended the day 1.8% higher at $43.15.
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