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Cramer's 'Mad Money' Follow-Up: Ciena

Ciena is a great way to play the rise in Internet video, says Jim Cramer.

On Friday's "Mad Money" show, Jim Cramer said that he would be looking to the conference calls of Lowe's (LOW) - Get Lowe's Companies, Inc. Report on Monday this week and Home Depot (HD) - Get Home Depot, Inc. Report on Tuesday for clues about the fate of the economy.

On Monday, Lowe's closed up $1.49, or 8.1%, at $19.94, and Home Depot, which Cramer owns for his

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charitable trust, added $1.62, or 6.6%, to $26.02.

Cramer once again recommended


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, as a play on Internet video. The stock gained 42% in the month after he last recommended it on Dec. 12, 2008.

Ciena makes Web video equipment, and Cramer said that Internet video is experiencing 15% yearly growth. He said Ciena is the No. 1 beneficiary from Web video services such as YouTube and Hulu.

On Monday, Ciena gained 88 cents, or 9.2%, to close at $10.47.

Cramer pointed viewers to

Monro Muffler

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as the best way to play

General Motors'

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dealership cuts. The stock was up 31% on Friday from where it was when Cramer recommended it on Aug. 19, 2008.

Cramer praised Monro's business, citing a 10% increased in same-store sales last quarter as well as increased guidance.

Cramer also suggested considering

O'Reilly Automotive

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, but he said that


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Advance Auto Parts

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have limited upside.

On Monday, Monro added 29 cents, or 1.1%, to $26.93, and O'Reilly closed up 85 cents, or 2.4%, at $37.02. AutoZone closed up 77 cents to $158.71, and Advance Auto Parts closed up $1.31, or 3.2%, at $41.97.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Home Depot.

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