RealMoney Radio Mailbag: You Look Marvell-ous Darling

A listener learns why Cramer likes the stock, but would scale in slowly.
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What do you think of Marvell Technology (MRVL) - Get Report?-- Jimmy from Florida

Jim Cramer

: I still like Marvell quite a bit because it is one of the best wireless plays in the market, and it is trading at a reasonable 25 times forward earnings. However, given how ugly the action in tech has been lately, I believe the stock could still pull back from here. I would scale into it slowly.

Do you believe Kinder Morgan (KMI) - Get Report could be worth more than the $100 a share the buyout partners are offering for the company?-- Seth from New York

Jim Cramer

: Given the scarcity of pipeline capacity out there, I do believe it is possible that another bidder could come in and drive the price of this deal up. However, I wouldn't go out and buy Kinder Morgan specifically for that reason.

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