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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Thursday.
Investors love airline stocks, Cramer said, but Southwest Airlines (LUV) is not the best choice at the moment. "Don't buy this one," he said. He prefers American Airlines Group (AAL). LUV rose 4.6% to $18.79.
Analysts at Baird and RBC say buy Accenture (ACN) ahead of the quarter. "I want to wait," Cramer said. ACN fell 32 cents to $74.08.
Baird likes Costco (COST). "There you go," Cramer said. "We were all fretting about it yesterday and what did it do? It barely went down. It's a good situation." COST was off 35 cents to $118.22.
Analysts likes Mohawk Industries (MHK). "Carpets are back," Cramer said. "It's residential. But more importantly, its nonresidential. It's a great tale. I want to own Mohawk." MHK rose 1% to $140.64.
Cramer reiterated a buy on Green Mountain (GMCR). "I did this just to irritate Herb Greenberg of TheStreet.com and CNBC," Cramer said, adding, "The new products are going to be fantastic." GMCR was 1.2% lower to $71.28.
Micron Tech (MU) "had one down day in the last three months and they just jump right on it," Cramer said. "I agree." MU was up 4 cents to $22.54.
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-- Written by Carla Baranauckas in New York.