Jim Cramer Answers Twitter (TWTR) Questions on Alibaba IPO, Yahoo! (YHOO), Apple (AAPL) and More

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers Twitter  (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and he first tackles the upcoming Alibaba IPO.

He thinks it will be a great deal and if the Chinese e-commerce company prices its IPO at $70, which Cramer thinks is a possibility, then it could pop up to $75. If that happens, then he thinks Yahoo!  (YHOO) remains undervalued at $43.

One question asks how to play Yahoo! and Baidu  (BIDU) in light of the Alibaba IPO, and Cramer says Baidu is a great company all on its own. Investors could sell Baidu stock in order to buy Alibaba, which Cramer says would be a great buying opportunity because Baidu has a lot of strength, as does Vipshop  (VIPS) .

Must Watch: Cramer Answers Twitter Questions on Alibaba IPO, Yahoo! and Baidu

As for Yahoo!, Cramer points out the enterprise value of zero, which he says is a mistake. This is why he says Yahoo! remains a good situation.

Next, Cramer lists the stocks he fears would be sold off by investors in order to raise money for the Alibaba IPO. These include Netflix  (NFLX) , Tesla  (TSLA) , Celgene  (CELG) , Gilead  (GILD) , Apple  (AAPL) and Google  (GOOGL) . Cramer notes Apple should have gone up much more on news of the record number of iPhone pre-orders.

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