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NEW YORK (
) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
"Squawk On The Street" Thursday.
Sterne Agee made a bold call that
is coming back. "I believe in this" company, Cramer said. "I want to buy MGM." MGM closed Thursday up 3% to $15.14.
assets from the Bakken Shale, "people are saying it didn't have the growth that we wanted," Cramer said. "Remember,
has better assets but (Continental founder) Harold Hamm does a good job. I'd rather be in EOG," Cramer said. CR was 1.1% lower at $83.99.
Speaking of a Credit Suisse report on
, Cramer said the "breakup value is immense, and this is the kind industrial
that people are reaching for. I like the call." IR was up 1% to $55.87.
Sales and marketing chief Scott Coleman at
has done a great job, Cramer said. "I think this is finally in breakout mode." DD rose 1.2% to $55.38.
first-quarter earnings, Cramer said "a lot of people are saying AOL didn't have the numbers" but he talked to CEO Tim Armstrong. "Don't short this company," Cramer warned."They've got a lot of videos and a lot of advertising." AOL climbed 3.4% to $39.04.
stock has been moribund lately, Cramer said. When Morgan Stanley says it's behind the company, "that may be more of a reaction to the horrible numbers at
, which turned out to be a commodity play, not a cloud play," Cramer said. CRM ended the day 1.8% higher at $43.15.
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-- Written by Anthony Buccino in New York.
At the time of publication, Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS had a position in DD.
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