Google ( GOOG) is headed to $520, Jim Cramer said Friday on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment.Cramer said the stock, up $3.69 to $503.41 Friday afternoon, is poised to bolt through the $513 target set earlier this month by Goldman Sachs' Anthony Noto. Cramer said that when that happens, a massive short squeeze will ensue and the stock will surge past $520, as is currently being predicted by the January 520 calls. "It's off to the races," Cramer said. Cramer also likes Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ), up 76 cents at $43.40. Cramer said the big PC maker is going to benefit from the vicious price war unfolding between chip suppliers Intel ( INTC) and AMD ( AMD). Cramer said he expects to see the stock hitting 45 next week. Cramer counseled Conoco ( COP) to "save your money" on a $1 billion buyback announced Friday and to raise its dividend instead. Cramer also derided departing BP ( BP) chief Lord Browne, calling him a "serial destroyer of the environment" and a "virtual Hamlet," though his interlocutor on CNBC repeatedly stated a preference for a high-brow Weekend at Bernie's comparison. Cramer also gave "two thumbs up" for F5 ( FFIV), Akamai ( AKAM) and Level 3 ( LVLT).