Editor's Note: The following are questions received from viewers of "Mad Money," seen every day at 6 p.m. EDT on CNBC.

What do you see over the long term for Corning (GLW) - Get Report?-- Mike from New York

James J. Cramer:

I believe Corning is a winner. The LCD television business is booming, and the telcos are racing to put out fiber optic data networks. On top of that, the company has a stealth business in making the filters for exhaust systems in diesel-powered cars, which is a potential home run.

Jim, is Wal-Mart (WMT) - Get Report a buy?-- Kevin from Pennsylvania

James J. Cramer:

Wal-Mart is a fine company, but I wouldn't buy it here. I would rather be in


(TGT) - Get Report

, which is performing better sales-wise and has more room to grow. Another good option is

Sears Holdings


, which is going through a major restructuring but will benefit massively from the management skills and financial know-how of Eddie Lampert. I like Sears so much, I own it for my charitable trust,


Booyah, Jim! Do you like JDS Uniphase (JDSU) ?-- Gary from New Jersey

James J. Cramer:

I am not a fan of JDS Uniphase. The company is a serial disappointer and will have a very hard time moving up unless the management team gets its act together and starts selling off its non-core businesses and assets. In addition, the company still isn't profitable and is barely growing revenue; not exactly a good recipe for a higher stock price.

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