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RealMoney Radio Mailbag: Cloudy Views for Sun

A listener learns what Cramer thinks of Sun Microsystems.

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Do you like Sun Microsystems (SUNW) - Get Sunworks, Inc. Report here?-- Brad

Jim Cramer

: Right now I like


(HPQ) - Get HP Inc. (HPQ) Report

, which I own for my charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS, a heck of a lot more than Sun. Hewlett-Packard is gaining market share in PCs, and Sun isn't even profitable yet, which makes this an easy choice for me. I also believe


(IBM) - Get International Business Machines (IBM) Report

is a much better stock than Sun.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Hewlett-Packard.

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