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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 7 stocks that are trading within 10% of their 52-week lows and have been recommended by Cramer on Mad Money during the last 30 days. We obtained market data from Finviz and hedge fund holdings from Insider Monkey.

1. Pepsico (NYSE:PEP): Shares of PEP recently traded at $61.66 with a trailing price to earnings of 15.53 and a forward price to earnings of 12.93. PEP has a 3.38% dividend yield, and lost 4.33% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $96.6 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 1.14. PEP has an estimated growth rate of 6.79% for this year and 9.18% for next five years. The stock also had a 10.37% EPS growth in the last five years. Boykin Curry held the largest position in PEP, with his $369 million investment at the end of June. He increased his holdings of PEP by 13% during the second quarter.

2. Agnico-Eagle Mines (NYSE:AEM): Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited engages in the production of mineral properties including gold, silver, zinc, copper and lead. Shares of AEM recently traded at $58.63, with a trailing price to earnings of 30.43 and a forward price to earnings of 13.79. AEM has a 1.12% dividend yield, and lost 20.61% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $9.7 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.16. AEM has an estimated growth rate of 68.02% for this year and 10% for next five years. Richard Chilton is the largest holder of AEM shares with his $124 million investment. John Paulson initiated a $44 million brand new position in AEM during the most recent quarter. Jean & Marie Eveillard and Daniel Bubis both also had more than $80 million invested in AEM.

3. Broadridge Financial (NYSE:BR): Broadridge Financial Solutions provides technology solutions to the financial services industry worldwide. Shares of BR recently traded at $20.74, with a trailing price to earnings ratio of 15.04 and a forward price to earnings ratio of 10.8. BR has a 3.15% dividend yield and lost 6.58% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $2.5 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.66. BR has an estimated growth rate of 25.33% for this year and 9% for next five years. Leon Cooperman holds the largest position in BR, with his $93 million investment. Martin Whitman increased his holdings of BR by 83% during the most recent quarter. Whitman had nearly $40 million invested in BR at the end of June.

4. CenturyLink (NYSE:CTL): Shares of CTL recently traded at $33.61, with a trailing price to earnings of 13.89 and a forward price to earnings of 17.63. CTL has a 8.84% dividend yield and lost 11.5% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $20.2 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.99. CTL has an estimated growth rate of 3.33% for this year and 3.63% for next five years. CTL was purchased by four insiders over the past three months. Steven Cohen also had over $100 million invested in the stock.

5. Energy Transfer Partners (NYSE:ETP): Shares of ETP recently traded at $41.38, with a trailing price to earnings of 25.59 and a forward price to earnings of 16.58. ETP has an 8.73% dividend yield and lost 11.84% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $8.6 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 1.43. ETP has an estimated growth rate of 28.65% for this year and 18.97% for next five years. Jim Simons reduced his holdings of ETP by 55% during the most recent quarter. He had $6.7 million invested in ETP at the end of June.

6. The GEO Group (NYSE:GEO): Shares of GEO recently traded at $18.3, with a trailing price to earnings of 17.31 and a forward price to earnings of 10.51. GEO lost 27.08% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $1.1 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 1.39. GEO has an estimated growth rate of 12.34% for this year and 12.8% for next five years. Clint Carlson had $48 million invested in GEO at the end of the most recent quarter.

7. Walgreens (NYSE:WAG): Shares of WAG recently traded at $33.66, with a trailing price to earnings of $11.36 and a forward price to earnings of $10.25. WAG has a 2.69% dividend yield and gained 0.21% during the past 12 months. The stock has a market cap of $30.3 billion and total debt/equity ratio of 0.16. WAG has an estimated growth rate of 12.41% for this year and 10.25% for next five years. Steven Cohen holds the largest position in WAG with his $50 million investment. He reduced his holdings by 19% during the most recent quarter. Ric Dillon’s Diamond Hill Capital initiated a $34 million position in WAG during the second quarter.

Source: 7 Jim Cramer Picks Near Their 52-Week Lows