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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Thursday.
"Tractor Supply Company (TSCO - Get Report) will come back, don't worry about it," Cramer said after the company beat on earnings per share estimates but provided weaker-than-expected guidance for 2014. TSCO fell 2.2% to $67.46.
Las Vegas Sands (LVS - Get Report) moved lower in Wednesday's after-hours trading session on what looked like a weaker-than-expected quarter. Shares eventually rallied, causing Cramer to say, "This is why people can't trade after-hours." He also highlighted the strong growth in the Macao operations. LVS rose 5.4% to $77.91.
A lot of investors made the mistake of selling Qualcomm (QCOM - Get Report) because of how the market reacted to Apple's (AAPL) earnings report. Qualcomm is "talking about next year being a big year," Cramer said. QCOM was 3% higher at $73.26.
Goldman Sachs says Pandora (P - Get Report) could double in the next 12 months. Cramer said the prediction may seem "reckless," but the analyst suggests that it could happen if ad loads increase. P was up 11% to $36.53.
Harman International's (HAR - Get Report) CEO Dinesh Paliwal, is "a great, great engineer," Cramer said. He complimented the company's high-end automobile stereo system, as well as its headphone products. HAR ended the day up 17.4% to $102.34.
-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.