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Cramer says investors using Covid stimulus checks on stocks should buy Google-parent Alphabet


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Investors who plan to put a portion of their latest Covid stimulus checks into the stock market should buy shares of Google-parent Alphabet, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday.

Cramer made the suggestion on “Squawk on the Street” while analyzing the valuations of a handful of big tech companies, including Apple and Facebook.

“I do think Apple’s down a lot, but not down enough,” the “Mad Money” host said. “It’s too early to buy some of these stocks, but they are getting very low compared to where they were.”

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