TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Hershey (HSY) is a play on improving convenience store sales, and as that stock comes in and bottoms, he wants to look at it as a buy. Cramer made the comments in reaction to Bank of America's downgrading of Hershey from a buy to a sell. A viewer asked Cramer if Cypress Semiconductor (CY) would be a good fit with Intel (INTC) , and he said it would make sense but he doesn't see that happening.
Cramer also commented on Skechers (SKX) , saying he wouldn't bet against the company, which has been consolidating for a long time. He also discussed how Bank of America (BAC) is a name he really likes, and holds in the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio that he manages. Send your questions to Cramer on his Facebook page or on Twitter, use hashtag CramerQ.
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