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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.
Deutsche Bank raised its price target on
(NKE - Get Report) ahead of its earnings report. "They better know something, or it's going to be egg on their face," Cramer said of the analyst. NKE rose 1% to $69.43.
(BID - Get Report). Cramer said something seems to be going on with the stock thanks to recent activism by some investors. BID rose 1.3% to $48.17.
Goldman Sachs doesn't like
(FFIV - Get Report)
. Cramer warned investors to be careful with the stock. FFIV fell 2.4% to $87.07.
Cramer said J.P. Morgan is leery of
(SBUX - Get Report)
having any more upside from current levels. SBUX closed 1.6% higher at $76.55.
Cramer doesn't know how
(BRCM - Get Report)
could get much worse, but noted that Barclays says the company is continuing to lose market share. BRCM declined 1.7% to $26.65.
With mortgage rates moving lower, perhaps orders have picked up for
(LEN - Get Report)
, which reported earnings today, Cramer said. LEN jumped 4.3% to $36.01.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.