Lightning Round: Fortress, GNC & More

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

Limited Brands (LTD): I think the stock is a buy, said Cramer, it looks like the stock was oversold. And I think Victoria's Secret is going to have a good quarter.

Fortress Investment Group (FIG): I don't like this one, said Cramer. In this space, I like Blackstone much more.

Trinity Industries (TRN): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. They make railroad cars which are in tremendous demand.

HollyFrontier (HFC): I like it here, said Cramer, as a play on low oil prices here in the US.

Ironwood Pharma (IRWD): I have to do homework on this one, said Cramer.

GNC Holdings (GNC): I like this stock a lot, said Cramer. As far as I'm concerned, it's in the sweet spot.

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BioScrip (BIOS): If you're long, I'd stick with it, said Cramer.

Resolute Energy (REN): I favor stocks with yield in this sector, said Cramer. This one doesn't have yield.

New York Community Bancorp (NYCB): I like it, said Cramer. I expect regional banks such as this one, to do better, said Cramer.

Public Storage (PSA): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. I see it as a downsizing play. As baby boomers retire they put things into storage.

Nomura Holdings (NMR): I think it's an interesting play on Japan, said Cramer, but I'd rather play Japan with the EWJ because it's made up of a basket of stocks.

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