Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. This week, he tells one viewer concerned about holding shares of General Electric amid a lack of price action to stay the course. He also sheds light on Salesforce.com and Workday after cloud plays had a run last week. When one viewer asks if Sprint is a value play at current levels, Cramer reveals why he believes the stock is washed-out. When it comes to Foot Locker, as analyst commentary is divided, Cramer says the stock feels a little played out to him, and he's more of a fan of UnderArmour for growth and Nike for senior growth. Tweet your questions @jimcramer every Monday using #CramerQ.

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