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Lightning Round: Verizon, Goldcorp & More

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

Verizon (VZ): I'm not worried about the recent weakness, said Cramer. If you're long I wouldn't sell.

Rentech Nitrogen (RNF): I think this stock is fine, said Cramer. I like it.

Goldcorp (GG): I'd rather play the space with the GLD, the ETF that tracks the spot price of gold, said Cramer.


Yandex (YNDX): I wouldn't invest in this overseas company, said Cramer. There are much better places to put money to work.

Nokia (NOK): I think if Apple comes out with a less expensive phone as rumored it will cut into Nokia's business, said Cramer. I'm cautious.

Visa (V): Goldman has called this stock a conviction buy and I'm with them, said Cramer.


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Kior Inc (KIOR): This stock is too speculative for me, said Cramer. I say don't buy.

Bank United (BKU): I'm not a buyer of this Florida-based bank, said Cramer. Instead I'd look at some regional based banks in Ohio.

Millennial Media (MM): I think the fundamentals are good, said Cramer, and it also may be a takeout candidate.

Ultra Petroleum (UPL): True it's low, said Cramer, but it's partly a nat gas play and therefore I think it's going nowhere.

CYS Investments (CYS): This company is levered to the economy, explained Cramer. As long as the economy remains strong, this stock is fine and I do think the economy remains strong.

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