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Do you think Freescaleundefined should be sold now that it has received two takeover bids?-- Michael

Jim Cramer

: If I owned Freescale, I would be a seller. The bids have driven the stock up sharply to an all-time high and you never know if things will fall through, though that is unlikely since there are multiple bidders. But for now I would take the money and run.

Do you prefer ExxonMobil (XOM) - Get Exxon Mobil Corporation Report or Chevron (CVX) - Get Chevron Corporation Report here?-- David

Jim Cramer

: I am not a big fan of either right now, but I would rather be in Exxon simply because if oil prices keep falling, Exxon would likely hold up better since it is an extremely conservative company.

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