On Thursday's "Mad Money" show, Jim Cramer told viewers that the pullback could be over because tech starts, which started the rally in March, are back and could lead the rest of the market higher.

Cramer said

Starent Networks

(STAR) - Get Report

,

Tekelec

(TKLC)

and

Ciena

(CIEN) - Get Report

are all buys and should be heading higher due to increased spending in the tech sector.

On Friday, Tekelec gained 40 cents, or 2.6%, to close at $15.98; Ciena added 4 cents to $9.59; and Starent added 3 cents to $18.48.

AIG

(AIG) - Get Report

is still a sell, said Cramer, and he cautioned viewers not to be tempted by the insurer's huge fall and apparent turnaround. He said even though the stock is up 17% this year, things could turn sour again. "It can always get worse," he said.

On Friday, AIG lost 12 cents, or 6.5%, to close at $1.72.

One stock that could be ready to make a comeback is

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

, Cramer said. He credited new CEO Carol Bartz and the global advertising recovery with making Yahoo! a buy after years of trouble.

On Friday, Yahoo! closed up 15 cents, or 1%, to $14.91.

Also getting thumbs up from Cramer was

Nordic American Tanker

(NAT) - Get Report

, which he said had tremendous value. He praised the company's average dividend of 15.1% and said it's a buy at up to $36 a share.

On Friday, Nordic American Tanker closed up 92 cents, or 2.9%, at $33.91.

In his

"Lightning Round" segment

, Cramer said he'd get into

Ingersoll-Rand

(IR) - Get Report

at $17 to $18 a share but "wouldn't pay any more for it."

On Friday, Ingersoll-Rand added 15 cents to close at $20.55.

At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.

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