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Do you like 3M (MMM) - Get 3M Company Report?-- Nuno from France

Jim Cramer

: I like 3M quite a bit actually, and I even recommended it on my "Mad Money" television show last night. I believe 3M is a classic growth stock that can be held for the long-term. Historically, 3M has shown consistent earnings and dividend growth, and while it may not put up


(GOOG) - Get Alphabet Inc. Report

-esque numbers, I believe it will outperform the market over the next few years.

Do you think Disney (DIS) - Get The Walt Disney Company Report is a good buy here?-- Josh from Minnesota

Jim Cramer

: Right now, I prefer


(CBS) - Get CBS Corporation Class B Report

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to Disney. In my opinion, CBS has a phenomenal set of media properties and the company is doing an excellent job of monetizing its content on the Internet. And at 16 times expected full-year earnings, the stock is very reasonably priced.

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