DuPont (DD): This stock is headed to $80, said Cramer, thanks to a successful spinoff of its titanium dioxide business.
Exxon Mobil (XOM): Production growth is back and that mean $115 a share for this lumbering oil giant.
Stocks Picks, Part 2
Continuing with his in-depth look at all 30 Dow stocks, Cramer noted:
General Electric (GE): This stock is ready to roar as it sheds its financial arm in favor of returning as a great American industrial giant.
Goldman Sachs (GS): Here's one stock that actually benefits from the new Volcker rule. Cramer said $200 a share is entirely feasible.
Home Depot (HD): With a boom in spending on homes, this stock trades well below its average and has a buyback to boot.
IBM (IBM): No one trusts the earnings estimates for IBM, but with easy compares $200 a share is possible for this Warren Buffett-endorsed company. Cramer said he's still not a fan.
Intel (INTC): This company has new chips and a strong balance sheet thanks to shedding weaker divisions. Cramer said he is a fan of this stock.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): This Action Alerts PLUS name needs to shed its diagnostics business, said Cramer, do that and it sees $108 a share.
JPMorgan Chase (JPM): Investors will pay more for the leaner, simplerJP Morgan. Cramer expects an excellent quarter.
McDonald's (MCD): This company is being eaten alive by the healthy eating trend, but still could see $105 a share with just two consecutive positive monthly sales numbers.
Merck (MRK): This stock also needs a breakup to reignite growth, said Cramer.
Microsoft (MSFT): Yet another breakup story. Cramer said $45 a share is possible as investors ponder the possibilities.
Cramer was bearish on LeapFrog (LF).