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Jim, Energy Conversion Devices (ENER) bounced up $5 after earnings on Tuesday. Is it time to ring the register?-- Josh

Jim Cramer

: I would take some money off the table with Energy Conversion. Alternative energy stocks are very volatile and odds are the stock can be repurchased at a lower price.

Would you dump Goldman Sachs (GS) - Get Report before the Fed meets again next week?-- Ernest

Jim Cramer

: I believe Goldman, which I own for my charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS, goes higher from here. Goldman has demonstrated a unique ability to make money in difficult trading environments which speaks well for the quality of the people there. Remember, in a company like Goldman, the assets are the brains, and they've got a whole bunch of good brains at Goldman.

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