NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Viewers have questions and Jim Cramer answered them Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

One viewer wondered if Cramer sees a surge coming in Netflix  (NFLX) or if he should get out of his position, Cramer said the stock can still go higher but already had a bit of a surge. He likes the company but stressed investors should be aware of the very big move it has had. Shares of Netflix can still go higher, he warned not to expect the stock to double.

Another viewer holding shares of Groupon  (GRPN) since it was $30 wondered if he should add to his position, sell or continue to hold. Cramer says there's "no edge" to Groupon and the company is trying to figure itself out. That's not usually a very good position for a company to be in, according to Cramer.

When it comes to Sprint  (S), Cramer said it will be hard for the stock to get back to double digits. Cramer expects Sprint to remain under significant pressure since it needs a lot of capital. As for whether General Electric  (GE) is headed higher or stuck in place for a while, Cramer expects GE to slowly creep back toward $30. Don't expect it to get there quickly, though. He said that's just the way the stock typically behaves.

Finally, what about Allergan (AGN) through the end of the year? Cramer expects the Botox maker, which he owns in his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust portfolio, to easily go up $50. He calls it one of his "absolute favorites."

At the time of publication, Jim Cramer's charitable trust Action Alerts PLUS held a positions in AGN.

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