Lightning Round: Gold, Hain and More

Are you ready skeedaddy??! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.

SPDR Gold Trust (GLD): Gold has almost become a currency and it's something I want to own, said Cramer. It should be a great play longer term; it's and one of my favorite positions.

Patterson Drilling (PTEN): Time to take profits in this one, said Cramer. The domestic drillers aren't doing that well.

Hain Celestial (HAIN): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. I think the company is well run and I'd establish a position at current levels.

Kinder Morgan Energy (KMP): If you're already long I'd stick with this stock, said Cramer, but I wouldn't add to my position.

Priceline (PCLN): I think the stock is fine, said Cramer, but in this space I prefer Expedia because they have a lot of corporate business.

Sony (SNE): I'm a seller, said Cramer. It could go up a little but I think their time has come and gone.

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Arena Pharmaceutical (ARNA): I have no real view on this stock, admitted Cramer.

Ford (F): I think the stock is finally getting ready to run, said Cramer.

Weyerhauser (WY): This is a great housing play, said Cramer. I think the world of this company.

Nextera Energy (NEE): I'm not a big fan, said Cramer. I'd rather play energy with Kinder Morgan.

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