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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Tuesday.
has had ratings initiated by a number of analysts. Cramer said the stock has been red-hot this year but to be careful after the large stock move. DATA dropped 8.7% to $53.05.
Jeffries initiated Restoration Hardware
with a buy ahead of the company's quarterly earnings report Thursday. "Do you really know what the quarter is?" Cramer asked. However, he noted the company has been doing really well. RH rose 1% to $56.36.
acquired the rights to develop a new drug and has investors very excited over its prospects, Cramer said. It was a "real hot stock" that had cooled dramatically because of worries over generic competition, he said. Now, people are excited again, he said. QCOR jumped 14.7% to $42.11.
, Cramer said. "Other people are saying these guys are really in the sweet spot on the slowdown in cellphones." QCOM fell nearly 1% to $61.66.
is in the green despite Apple's
new iRadio. "Pandora is a very clever company. Its stock's up. I thought Apple took aim at them. Obviously Apple didn't kill the king, they shot him," he concluded. P closed at $15.35, down 1%.
There's "no joya in VOYA," Cramer said of ING U.S.
, which was initiated by a slew of firms at neutral. "It's interesting, no one seems excited by that deal at all," he added. VOYA was 3.8% lower at $27.32 Tuesday.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.