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Lightning Round: The biggest house of pain

It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gave his take on a few favorite audience stocks:

Deckers Outdoor: "I think Deckers will do well, but I think Columbia Sportswear is going to do well too... but I like Deckers."

Jacobs Engineering: "It's too related to oil and gas. That's what people are going to say when they lump all of those infrastructure stocks together. I am on the fence, which means not so great."

ADT: "I continue to think that ADT is a under performer that has not been able to deliver to it's shareholders, and I don't see why that should necessarily change."

Transocean: "That is the biggest house of pain out there right now, along with Seadrill and ESV. I can't wish this one on anybody. I think this stock still has more downgrades to go, and is only 3 or 4 points from the bottom but a lot of people can't take that level of pain. You have to judge weather you can take it."

Williams Partners: "I think it is a cheap stock, I like it. I like the Williams complex I guess you could say thought I like WMB a little bit more."

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Alcoa: "I remain convinced that longer term Alcoa is going to go much higher."

Diplomat Pharmacy: "This is a highly speculative situation. We know very little about how the company is doing, you have to have some sort of edge, and I do not."

Veolia Environnement: "Everybody always wants these drinking water plays. I am not there. I think it's too hard, and I also do not like a lot of European stocks."

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