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Cramer: GE Needs a Boost to Its Dividend, Target is Going Higher

by TheStreet 2:19 mins

Cramer: GE Needs a Boost to Its Dividend, Target is Going Higher

by TheStreet 2:19 mins

Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. In response to one viewer who asks if privacy concerns and laws will cripple the cloud model, Cramer explains why he's not concerned about a mobile Internet bubble forming. Cramer also shares his thoughts on how to play Apple, which just received another upgrade, and why General Electric needs to boost its dividend. Cramer also talks about why he believes Microsoft is a great company and how high Target is poised to go. Cramer also reveals his favorite sector for the rest of 2014. Make sure to tweet your questions @jimcramer every Monday using #CramerQ.

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