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(Updates from 10:36 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Wednesday.
Analog Devices(ADI - Get Report) received an upgrade from Citigroup. Cramer thinks a lot of people are now going after inexpensive technology companies. ADI closed Wednesday up 1.1% to $45.62.
Western Digital(WDC - Get Report) will go higher along with
Seagate Technology(STX), according to Cramer. "This is a heavily shorted name." WDC rose 1.4% to $63.73.
AthenaHealth(ATHN - Get Report) was upgraded by Raymond James, but Cramer thinks it's "one of the most expensive stocks in the books." ATHN rose 2.3% to $85.09.
SeaWorld Entertainment(SEAS - Get Report) was initiated at Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Citigroup with a neutral rating. Cramer likes Seaworld but said he prefers
Cedar Fair(FUN) in this sector. SEAS fell 4.1% to $36.15.
American Capital Agency(AGNC - Get Report) and
Annaly Capital Management(NLY) might be on the wrong side of the yield curve, according to Cramer. He warns to be careful with the rising yield in 10-year notes. AGNC was flat at $26.40.
Ford Motor's(F - Get Report) price target was raised by Citigroup and Cramer approved. Ford, he said, is "a great place to be if you think Europe has bottomed." F ended the day up 2.3% at $14.79.
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