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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.
Citigroup says to buy FedEx
(FDX - Get Report) ahead of its earnings report next week. Cramer disagreed, saying United Parcel Service
(UPS) "is cheaper." FDX was off 1% to $138.49.
It will be a great 2014 for PVH Corp.
(PVH - Get Report), Cramer said. He said investors should own PVH at these levels, not sell it. PVH was 3.5% higher to $131.87.
(TWTR - Get Report) is making new highs and Bernstein says advertisers love the platform. Cramer equated shorting the stock to investment suicide. TWTR flew 5.8% higher to $51.99.
(BURL - Get Report) reported in-line earnings but less-than-favorable guidance. Cramer told investors to buy PVH instead. BURL dropped 7.8% to $25.92.
(CELG - Get Report)
is a stock that will be higher by year's end, Cramer said. He suggested investors could buy "deep in the money calls." CELG was flat at $170.77.
(PF - Get Report)
has had a couple of great quarters, Cramer said. He added that a secondary offering "cleans up the balance sheet" and allows PF to "buy a lot more companies." PF ended the day 3.4% lower at $27.02.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.