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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Friday.
Of Western Digital (WDC), Cramer said: "Citigroup says buy this. Why? Because of the revival of the PC." WDC rose 19 cents to $79.05.
Cramer said CSX (CSX) is interesting. "There's re-pricing going on," he said of the railroad. "It's a good buy." CSX rose 1.1% to $27.57.
Trulia (TRLA) has been "a disaster of late and that's because of a lot of competition," Cramer said. "It's overvalued." TRLA jumped 8.5% to $31.73.
Credit Suisse put out a positive note on ADT (ADT), but Cramer urged caution. "It's been a horrendous performer," he said. "Stay away." ADT was down 1.2% to $38.80.
Cramer likes Diana Shipping (DSX). "This has been a remarkable performer," he said. "I want to buy as a spec." DSX zoomed 10.1% to $12.27.
Cramer said a lot of people are deserting United Technologies (UTX) today but he thinks it has a "federal government problem that'll be resolved. Buy it, [do] not sell it." UTX fell nearly 1% to $107.35.
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-- Written by Carla Baranauckas in New York.