NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday. The first question asks if it's worth it to keep holding General Electric (GE) stock despite a lack of price action.
Cramer says it's a tough hold and notes he and Stephanie Link are "digging in our heels" on this stock for their Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio. Cramer points to the Synchrony (SYF) stock, which started at $23 and is now at $25. He thinks GE is getting better and the company has a major analyst meeting in a few weeks, so he advises investors to stay the course.
The next question asks about cloud plays after last week's run. Cramer thinks Salesforce.com (CRM) has finally broken out and reminds investors the stock was unchanged going into the quarter. It then had a four-point run up and is now consolidating, so Cramer thinks it will continue to move higher. He also suggests investors keep an eye on Workday (WDAY) , which is stepping out a bit with its national ad campaign, and Concur (CNQR) .
The next question asks if Sprint (S) is a value play at this level. Cramer says the stock is "pretty washed out." He says a lot of people thought the T-Mobile (TMUS) deal would have saved them, but now Sprint will just be a slow grower. But Cramer is unexcited by Sprint because CEO Dan Hesse is gone.