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Monday's "Mad Money" show
, Jim Cramer recommended a play on the wireless-Internet expansion in China:
. He said the stock recently came back on his radar because it eliminated some of its debt.
On Tuesday, CommScope added 86 cents, or 3.7%, to close at $23.90.
Cramer said he preferred
. NII Holdings was recently downgraded by Goldman Sachs.
On Tuesday, America Movil closed up 9 cents at $35.36, while NII Holdings closed flat at $18.87.
Even though he made a mistake when he told viewers to buy
ahead of the Paris Air Show, Cramer said he's still bullish on the stock.
On Tuesday, Boeing slid $3.03, or 6.5%, to close at $43.87.
, Cramer said that
is "up too high for me" and recommended waiting for it to come in.
Dendreon slid 99 cents, or 4%, to $23.55 on Tuesday.
but said that
Bing search tool is "hurting" Google.
On Tuesday, Google gave up $1.67 to close at $405.68, while Microsoft added 6 cents to close at $23.3.
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned .
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