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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.
Wedbush Securities is bullish on Tesla Motors (TSLA) after it sold a handful of vehicles in Beijing, China. "So let's buy Tesla," Cramer said sarcastically, referring to the beating that Apple (AAPL) is taking after selling 50 million iPhones in the previous quarter. "What a double standard the world has," he added. Apple is a holding in Cramer's charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS. TSLA jumped 5.2% to close at $178.38.
Under Armour (UA) is a "very cheap stock when it comes to long-term growth," Cramer said. He added that CEO Kevin Plank is doing the right things. UA rose 3.4% to $85.78.
Pacific Crest likes Salesforce.com (CRM) and Cramer said analysts have been coming out to support high-flying names after the selling seems to have subsided. "Enough is enough," he said, adding that CEO Marc Benioff is doing a good job. CRM was up 4% to $59.37.
Sterne Agee cut its price target on Whole Foods Market (WFM) to $61. Cramer said co-CEOs Walter Robb and John Mackey are "doing a great job." He said the current trading level in the stock could be a possible good entry point. WFM was up 1.9% to $52.
Stifel Nicolaus maintains its buy rating on Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO), but raised its price target to $22. Cramer also likes the company, saying, "I think the stock goes to $20." TTWO was up 2.1% to $18.62.
American Airlines (AAL) is higher after reporting earnings. Cramer is optimistic, saying, "This is the beginning of the next leg of growth for American Air." He said investors should own the stock. AAL flew 5.9% to $31.96.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.