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NEW YORK (
) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
"Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.
JPMorgan said investors should buy
(GOGO - Get Report)
but Cramer said that it's been a "horrible IPO" and that "it's still bad." GOGO fell 5% to $13.30.
Piper Jaffray said investors should avoid
(AGN - Get Report)
because of its Restasis drug. Cramer called Allergan "a great American drug company" despite what the analyst says. AGN fell 2.4% to $90.14.
(CTAS - Get Report)
issued slightly lower-than-expected guidance. "This is a core, bread and butter, uniform company" and it isn't hiring, Cramer said, which could be saying something about the state of the overall economy. CTAS was down 1.7% to $47.06.
for $1.3 billion. Cramer said it's a great deal and Bally Tech stock would go higher. BYO jumped nearly 7% to end the day at $65.13.
Cramer did not have much to say about
, which reports Monday. DECK was up nearly 1% at $57.71.
(HCA - Get Report)
has only been "okay" of late, Cramer said. But with admissions trending higher, "if you buy this for next year it could be a home run." HCA closed at $38.86, up 4.4%.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.