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Lightning Round: Walgreen, Nike and More

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

Walgreen (WAG): Although I had been concerned about the acquisition of a regional chain, I think it probably goes higher, said Cramer, simply because the price action in all drug stores has been magnificent.

Windstream (WIN): I'm not a fan of this stock, said Cramer. If you're already long, then you can stick with it but I don't like it as a 'buy'.


Regeneron Pharma (REGN): I think this stock has room to run, said Cramer. Their science is superior to rivals. This stock could go to $200.

Nike (NKE): I think this is a terrific company, said Cramer. It's a $50 stock that I think could to to $60.


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Triangle Capital Corp (TCAP): It's a finance company and I think the financials are a good place to be in 2013, said Cramer.

Molycorp (MCP): I wouldn't go near this stock, said Cramer. And if you're long I'd sell.

Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS): It's a well-run company so despite gains of 25% last year, I see more upside here, said Cramer. I'm a buyer.

Google (GOOG): Google is ok, but I like Facebook more, said Cramer. I think Facebook has more upside.




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