Lightning Round: Southern Copper, Oneok & More

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

Southern Copper (SCCO): I wouldn't play this one, said Cramer. If you're looking to get into this space look at Vale.

KKR Financial Holdings (KFN): This is a great stock, said Cramer.

Oneok (OKE): This stock has growth and yield, said Cramer. Very few stocks give you that. I think this one is a winner.

National Grid (NGG): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. There are some people who are skeptical of National Grid because of the yield, but not me.

Lululemon (LULU): As good as it may be, said Cramer, I'd rather play the space with Under Armour.

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Exxon Mobil (XOM): If you're a buy and hold investor, there are better places to put money to work, said Cramer. The stock just bounces between $91 and $87.

Altria Group (MO): If you're looking for a cigarette stock, I like Altria better than its sister Phillip Morris, which is very exposed to Europe, said Cramer. I'm getting worried about international regulation in cigarettes.

Regions Financial (RF): It's a decent stock, said Cramer. I think the resurgence in regional banks is a top theme for 2013. But I prefer KeyCorp.

Keryx Biopharma (KERX): I have to do some homework on this one, said Cramer.

Clearwire Corp (CLWR): I'd ring the register on this one, said Cramer. There are much better places to put your money.

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