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He likes JDSU, MRV and others.







merger could spawn a wave of takeovers in the telecom equipment space, Jim Cramer said on


"Stop Trading!" segment Friday.

Cramer said possible winners could be





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MRV Communications




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Cramer was very wary of



, which he called a former "house of pain."

Cramer's favorite homebuilder remains

KB Home

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, which he recommended buying after next week's


meeting. In the energy space, he named




Devon Energy

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Houston Exploration


as natural gas "catch-up" plays.

Cramer predicted shorts would get hurt on

Countywide Financial


, whose managers should be able to navigate more rate hikes.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Countywide Financial.

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