Jim Cramer's 6 Stocks in 60 Seconds: TSCO LVS QCOM P ALXN HAR (Update 1)

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

"Tractor Supply Company
(TSCO) will come back, don't worry about it," Cramer said after the company beat on earnings per share estimates but provided weaker-than-expected guidance for 2014. TSCO fell 2.2% to $67.46.

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) moved lower in Wednesday's after-hours trading session on what looked like a weaker-than-expected quarter. Shares eventually rallied, causing Cramer to say, "This is why people can't trade after-hours." He also highlighted the strong growth in the Macao operations. LVS rose 5.4% to $77.91.

A lot of investors made the mistake of selling Qualcomm (QCOM) because of how the market reacted to Apple's (AAPL) earnings report. Qualcomm is "talking about next year being a big year," Cramer said. QCOM was 3% higher at $73.26.

Goldman Sachs says Pandora (P) could double in the next 12 months. Cramer said the prediction may seem "reckless," but the analyst suggests that it could happen if ad loads increase. P was up 11% to $36.53.

Cramer likes Alexion Pharmaceutical's (ALXN) drug, Solaris. "Not only is the sales great, but people are saying it could be a takeover target as well," he said. AXLN jumped 21% to $162.

Harman International's (HAR) CEO Dinesh Paliwal, is "a great, great engineer," Cramer said. He complimented the company's high-end automobile stereo system, as well as its headphone products. HAR ended the day up 17.4% to $102.34.

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