General Mills (GIS) is one stock "where every time it's gone to a 3.5% yield, it's quite a bit," said TheStreet's Jim Cramer. "So take a look at that stock and, if it goes down to three and a half, then it's fine." Cramer added this is one stock "you buy it by the yield."
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