Editor's note: The following are questions received from viewers of "Mad Money," seen every day at 6 p.m. EST on CNBC.


I've owned Wachovia (WB) for a couple of years, and wanted to know if I should sell it now?

-- Chris from Washington

Jim Cramer: While I cannot give out personal investment advice, Wachovia remains one of my favorite banks out there. The company raised its quarterly dividend last month, and has continued to find a way to grow profits in spite of the inverted yield curve.


I don't have a stock question, but where do you get all of your various props from? And who cleans up the set?!

-- Heather from Connecticut

Jim Cramer: What can I say? I have an active imagination and a resourceful, top-notch staff.


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