Don't take a tepid outlook from URS ( URS) too seriously -- the stock is going to $45, Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment Thursday.

Shares of the engineering firm were recently down 5.9% to $42.13 on a disappointing outlook. Cramer said the same thing happened after soft guidance at Fluor ( FLR). "I say don't believe these outlooks, take a look at their businesses."

Cramer conceded that Sony's ( SNE) delay in its next PlayStation iteration is a "new negative" that "could hurt Marvell's ( MRVL) number."

Regarding Wednesday's bump in DuPont ( DD), Cramer said you're always going to prefer an upside preannouncement in a stock that trades for 10 times earnings more than in one that trades at 60 times, like Google ( GOOG).

Cramer warned that in the near term, Broadcom ( BRCM) and Texas Instruments ( TXN) are both being hemmed in by mechanics related to options trading. "I think to freak out about an options pinning is to miss the whole point."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in the stocks mentioned.

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