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NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- Regardless of why a stock is in the news, it never hurts to hear what a professional investor has to say about it. The key is to gather as much information as you can in order to make the most informed investment decisions you can. As Jim Cramer often reminds, investors must do their homework.

So what has Cramer had to say lately about today's headline-makers? At Stockpickr, we've combed through his recent

RealMoney

blog posts, "Mad Money" TV show recaps and "Stop Trading!" segments to find out

what he thinks about some of today's newsworthy stocks

.

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

: Boeing has predicted a late-2009

first flight for its 787 Dreamliner

, already about two years behind schedule. The company says the first Dreamliner delivery should occur in the fourth quarter of 2010, and it hopes to be producing 10 plans per month by late 2013.

In a

video

filmed today, Cramer said he doesn't trust Boeing, and he'd sell the stock at current levels and hedge his bets with

Honeywell

(HON) - Get Report

instead. "There's something wrong with the plane, or they would've flown it already," said Cramer. "I question why we should trust them this time."

Sell Boeing, Buy Honeywell

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AT&T

(T) - Get Report

: AT&T has decided

not to carry

phones powered by

Google's

(GOOG) - Get Report

Android operating system.

During

last night's "Lightning Round"

segment, Cramer said that AT&T "is finally on the move." He predicted the stock would go to $30 and said he also liked

Verizon

(VZ) - Get Report

and

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

.

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

: According to the

New York Post

, hedge fund manager John Paulson has been accumulating a

stake in Citigroup

recently of up to 2%.

In a

post yesterday to his RealMoney blog

, Cramer wondered if "we are about to get slammed again by weaker data." He said that "maybe stocks like Citigroup and

Goldman

(GS) - Get Report

are ahead of themselves. Maybe the financial group is too frothy -- witness the final reversals in

Fannie

and

Freddie

mentioned here earlier as perhaps being worthless."

But he concluded that he didn't "see anything big happening" because "the data really is pretty good." " I am simply trying to say," he wrote, "that between money coming in and better earnings vs. too much optimism and deficit issues, I see a push for awhile."

For more of what Camer's had to say about newsworthy stocks, check out the

Cramer's Take portfolio

on Stockpickr.

-- Written by Rebecca Corvino in New York.

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(Editor's note: At the time of publication, Cramer owned Goldman Sachs and Honeywell for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.)