Lightning Round: The war on coal

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

General Electric: "Slow and steady will kind of tie the race. I think it's going to go up over time. You get that dividend, and keep reinvesting the dividend and I think you'll do fine. I don't think you'll shoot the lights out, but I think you'll do fine."

Advaxis: "After doing the work on the group, I have come back repeatedly to say that in this segment I want Blue Bird. Now that does not mean yours is right or wrong. I'm just saying that in this segment I like Blue Bird."

Party City: "When they rolled out a lot of the different recommendations, they were almost all positive. Therefore I think that you've got another quarter or two that are going to be very good. I'm on your team, I like it."

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Royal Dutch Shell: "I like Royal Dutch Shell, but not as much as I like the other oils. So I am not going to give it my seal of approval."

Alliance Resource Partners: "I think you should be nervous...David Faber actually called it the war on coal. That makes me pullback from anything on coal."

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