TheStreet's Jim Cramer is asked for guidance on Bank of America, and he explains why he still owns the stock and his exit strategy. Cramer is also asked about Amazon and whether there is a chance that the stock will rise again. Finally, Cramer is also questioned as to whether he would buy Time Warner or Comcast. If you have a question for Jim, tweet it using #CramerQ on Twitter and Cramer may answer your question on the floor of the NYSE every Monday.

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