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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
When it comes to things 3-D, "people love these stocks," Cramer said, speaking of
3D Systems(DDD - Get Report) and
Stratasys(SSYS - Get Report). However, he warned these stocks are very expensive as well. DDD rose 1% to $53.75 while SSYS fell 1.3% to $98.25.
Nike(NKE - Get Report) reports earnings this week and began trading in the
Dow Jones Industrial Average for the first time on Monday. Cramer said he would be a buyer of today's dip. NKE fell 1.6% to $8.98.
American Electric Power(AEP - Get Report) is a bond market-equivalent stock, which is gaining strength from the
Federal Reserve's no tapering decision last week, according to Cramer. AEP rose 1.4% to $44.33.
Southwest Airlines(LUV - Get Report) could hit $16 if the deal between
US Airways(LCC) and American Airlines actually goes through. LUV was unchanged at $14.43.
Darden Restaurants(DRI - Get Report) had a terrible quarter but the dividend should be safe. DRI rose 1.1% to $46.26.
Sherwin Williams(SHW - Get Report) and
Whirlpool(WHR) are two housing plays Cramer likes. Sherwin Williams has started to rebound, he said, with Whirlpool lagging. SHW rose 1% to $181.50.
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