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."