Lightning Round: These stocks roar with oil down

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

Electronic Arts: "There was an upgrade just today. This stock has now rallied tremendously and it is at its all-time high and believe it or not, I think it's having an unbelievable quarter. I'm not going against it, I think the stock can go higher."

Ross Stores: "It's still 4 or 5 points off its 52-week high and I'm going to give you a two-fer, I like TJX too. I think they can roar here with oil coming down."

First Solar: "I switched direction to SunEdison, they are the ones that have the better earnings model right here and SunEdison has become the preferred play."

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Nordic American Tanker Ltd: "I happen to check in with the CEO just the other day and here is the issue: the stock has moved up tremendously, but I think that the 10 percent yield is still good. Why? because the day rates keep climbing for oil tankers. So yes!"

CyberArk Software: "HACK is the ETF and CYBR has collapsed, along with Fortinet, Palo Alto has not collapsed by the way, and FireEye is still in the middle. I like the group but you have to understand it is the most volatile group in the universe, you have to take it with a grain of salt. I say CyberArk is a buy."

Constellium NV: "Listen to Alcoa when we hear from them Wednesday. No buy until we hear what they say."

Isis Pharmaceuticals: "Right now all of the biotech stocks, with exception of Receptos, are under tremendous pressure. I think Isis is okay, remember that we had them on and they have a lot of catalysts but you have to take the volatility just like with the cybersecurity stocks."

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