NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Viewers have questions and they tweeted them to Jim Cramer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

One viewer sought insight on Dunkin' Brands  (DNKN). Cramer said the company is good because it's still expanding nationwide from east to west as the price of coffee has come down. However, he likes Starbucks  (SBUX) better, which is why he owns it in his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust portfolio.

Cramer expected to recommend Starbucks as a buy because he figured the stock would be down a dollar or so today. However, that didn't happen. Cramer said investors might still get a chance to buy it lower but, either way, that's the one to own over Dunkin'.

As for the PayPal initial public offering, Cramer said he would be a buyer because he believes PayPal is very viable and he doesn't think the rest of eBay  (EBAY) is that bad.

In the cyber security space, another viewer wondered if Cramer recommends being a buyer of dips in names within the group, specifically FireEye  (FEYE). Cramer said he continues to believe FireEye is a great place invest. However, when it comes to Annaly Capital Management  (NLY), which has a 12% dividend, Cramer is not investing. He doesn't trust that dividend and doesn't have the same faith in Annaly as others. Cramer said he does not know what the company owns and the man who put together Annaly, Mike Farrell, is no longer there.

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

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