TheStreet's co-portfolio manager Jim Cramer says that for investors looking for value they should consider adding Target and Google shares to their portfolios. Cramer says both companies are selling at lower than expected price to earnings ratios. Cramer says Target has a 3 percent yield and Google could be a growth engine in Europe. Cramer says it is a different story for Salesforce.com, which reported quarterly results on Tuesday after the closing bell. Cramer says that despite Salesforce's growth, there are better companies to look at in the customer relationship management space such as Workday and Tableau Software.

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