Jim Cramer's 6 Stocks in 60 Seconds: FDX PVH TWTR BURL CELG PF (Update 1)

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(Updates from 10:48 a.m. ET with closing information.)

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.

Citigroup says to buy FedEx (FDX) ahead of its earnings report next week. Cramer disagreed, saying United Parcel Service (UPS) "is cheaper." FDX was off 1% to $138.49.

It will be a great 2014 for PVH Corp. (PVH), Cramer said. He said investors should own PVH at these levels, not sell it. PVH was 3.5% higher to $131.87.

Twitter (TWTR) is making new highs and Bernstein says advertisers love the platform. Cramer equated shorting the stock to investment suicide. TWTR flew 5.8% higher to $51.99.

Burlington Stores (BURL) reported in-line earnings but less-than-favorable guidance. Cramer told investors to buy PVH instead. BURL dropped 7.8% to $25.92.

Celgene (CELG) is a stock that will be higher by year's end, Cramer said. He suggested investors could buy "deep in the money calls."  CELG was flat at $170.77.

Pinnacle Foods (PF) has had a couple of great quarters, Cramer said. He added that a secondary offering "cleans up the balance sheet" and allows PF to "buy a lot more companies." PF ended the day 3.4% lower at $27.02.

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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.

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