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Jim Cramer is one of the most famous TV personalities in America. He is the host of Mad Money on CNBC. Cramer obtained his law degree from Harvard College in 1984. He ran his own hedge fund between 1987 and 2001. Cramer has also authored six money management books.

We prepared a list of 11 stocks that have been recommended several times by Cramer on Mad Money during September.

1. Apple (AAPL): Shares of Apple recently traded at $381.32, with a trailing price to earnings of 15.1 and a forward price to earnings of 11.78. Apple shares gained 34.97% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $353.5 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0. Apple has an estimated growth rate of 17.75% for this year and 20.85% for the next five years. Stephen Mandel is also very bullish about Apple. He bought more than $100 million worth of AAPL shares during the second quarter of 2011.

2. Alcoa (AA): Alcoa produces and sells various aluminum products. Shares of Alcoa recently traded at $9.57, with a trailing price to earnings of 11.26 and a forward price to earnings of 7.14. Alcoa shares have a 1.25% dividend yield and have lost 21.1% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $10.2 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.6. Alcoa has an estimated growth rate of 11.67% for this year and 70.88% for the next five years. John Paulson is the largest holder of AA shares, with a $430 million position as of June.

3. Juniper Networks (JNPR): Juniper Networks provides network infrastructure-related products and services. Shares of Juniper recently traded at $17.26, with a trailing price to earnings of 16.44 and a forward price to earnings of 11.06. Juniper lost 43.04% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $9.2 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.14. Juniper has an estimated growth rate of 21.88% for this year and 17.35% for the next five years. Bain Capital initiated a $299 million position in Juniper during the second quarter of 2011. He is the largest holder of Juniper shares. John Burbank and Jim Simons both also initiated brand new positions in JNPR during the second quarter.

4. ARM Holdings (ARMH): Shares of ARMH recently traded at $25.5 with a trailing price to earnings of 82.26 and a forward price to earnings of 41.13. ARM Holdings shares have a 0.6% dividend yield and have gained 33.16% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $11.5 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0. ARM Holdings has an estimated growth rate of 26.53% for this year and 14.25% for the next five years. Jim Simons initiated a $13.6 million position in ARMH during the most recent quarter.

5. Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG): Shares of Chipotle recently traded at $302.95, with a trailing price to earnings of 50.07 and a forward price to earnings of 35.23. Chipotle shares gained 73.61% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $9.5 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0. Chipotle has an estimated growth rate of 26.66% for this year and 23.12% for the next five years. Jim Simons held $187 million worth of CMG shares at the end of June.

6. Cummins (CMI): Shares of Cummins recently traded at $81.66, with a trailing price to earnings of 10.7 and a forward price to earnings of 8.03. CMI shares have a 1.96% dividend yield and have lost 9.49% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $15.9 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.15. CMI has an estimated growth rate of 14.4% for this year and 14.53% for the next five years. Ken Heebner initiated a $180 million position in CMI during the second quarter of 2011. Christopher Medlock James, John Murphy, James Dinan, Jeffrey Vinik and Bain Capital also initiated new positions in CMI.

7. FedEx (FDX): Shares of FedEx recently traded at $67.68, with a trailing price to earnings of 14.01 and a forward price to earnings of 9.04. FDX shares have a 0.77% dividend yield and have lost 20.5% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $21.5 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.11. FedEx has an estimated growth rate of 17.77% for this year and 15.48% for the next five years. Mason Hawkins holds the largest position in FDX with his $760 million investment in this company.

8. Randgold Resources (GOLD): Shares of Randgold recently traded at $96.72, with a trailing price to earnings of 42.99 and a forward price to earnings of 13.3. Randgold shares have a 0.21% dividend yield and have lost 6.14% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $8.8 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0. Randgold has an estimated growth rate of 47.76% for this year and 63.7% for the next five years. Jean-Marie Eveillard holds the largest position in GOLD with his $118 million investment.

9. Google (GOOG): Shares of Google recently traded at $515.04, with a trailing price to earnings of 18.57 and a forward price to earnings of 12.32. Google shares have lost 2.01% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $166.3 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.08. Google has an estimated growth rate of 17.82% for this year and 19.2% for the next five years. Stephen Mandel initiated a $421 million investment in GOOG during the most recent quarter.

10. International Paper (IP): Shares of IP recently traded at $23.25, with a trailing price to earnings of 8.19 and a forward price to earnings of 7.15. International Paper shares have a 4.52% dividend yield and have gained 7.19% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $10.2 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 1.1. IP has an estimated growth rate of 9.06% for this year and 4.97% for the next five years.

11. Pier 1 Imports (PIR): Shares of Pier 1 recently traded at $9.78, with a trailing price to earnings of 10.63 and a forward price to earnings of 10.08. Pier 1 shares gained 18.4% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $1.1 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.03. Pier 1 has an estimated growth rate of 16.87% for this year and 12.5% for the next five years.

Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

Source: Jim Cramer's 11 Favorite Buys In September