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On

Friday's "Mad Money" show

, Jim Cramer predicted that big mutual fund money could hit the market by Monday, sending stocks such as

Procter & Gamble

(PG) - Get Report

and

AT&T

(T) - Get Report

lower as the rallies in oil, tech and the financials resume.

On Monday, Procter lost $1.22, or 2.3%, to close at $51.33, and AT&T slid 38 cents, or 1.5%, to close at $24.63.

Cramer recommended

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

as a speculative play in March, and it had risen 186% by Friday. He said that

Huntington Bancshares

(HBAN) - Get Report

, recnely upgraded by Goldman Sachs, is his new speculative financial play.

On Monday, Bank of America closed down 39 cents, or 2.8%, at $13.33, while Huntington added 37 cents, or 8.9%, to close at $4.52.

Cramer recommended

TriQuint Semiconductor

(TQNT)

as a smaller name to play the new smartphone product cycle in tech. He said the stock has a lot of competition, but it makes three components for the

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

iPhone.

On Monday, TriQuint closed up 13 cents, or 2.3%, at $5.92.

UAL

(UAUA)

CEO Glenn Tilton earned a spot on Cramer's worst-CEO "Wall of Shame" list because, Cramer said, the stock's 89% decline is bad even for the airline industry.

On Monday, UAL shed 10 cents, or 2.6%, to $3.73.

In his

"Lightning Round" segment

, Cramer said that

Union Pacific

(UNP) - Get Report

" is the rail that I own for

my trust

, and I give it a triple-buy."

On Monday, Union Pacific closed down $2.76, or 5.1%, at $51.60.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Union Pacific and Bank of America.

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