Jim Cramer's Top Stock Picks: TWTR TASR ACAD ISIS RH

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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are some of the hot stocks Jim Cramer talked about on Thursday's Mad Money on CNBC:

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Twitter (TWTR) : Cramer said Twitter's debt offering was a good move given the low interest rates as it gives the company the ability to make more acquisitions.

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Taser (TASR) : Cramer said wearable video for law enforcement will likely become the new normal in our country and that market belongs to Taser.

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Arcadia Pharmaceuticals (ACAD) and Isis Pharmaceuticals (ISIS) : Cramer said these two small biotech firms could be the next big pharma takeover targets.

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Restoration Hardware (RH) : Cramer said this company blew the quarter but management is hungry to fix the problems, which would make the stock less risky with more rewards at these lower levels.

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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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At the time of publication, Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS had a position in TWTR.

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