Lightning Round: Coinstar, Lockheed Martin & More

Wednesday, 6 Feb 2013 | 6:38 PM ET
Lightning Round
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

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

Coinstar (CSTR): I call this a football stock, said Cramer. It's up three then down three. I can't get a line on it.

BlackRock Kelso (BKCC): I have to do homework on this one, admitted Cramer.

Dynavax Technologies (DVAX): I'd stay long, said Cramer, but it's a spec play.

Banco Latinoamericano (BLX): I don't know this bank, said Cramer. I have to do homework again.

Cognizant Technology (CTSH): I like this stock, said Cramer. But if I were to put money to work right now in this space, I'd rather buy the recent pullback in SAP.

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Lockheed Martin (LMT): I like this stock, said Cramer, but automatic government spending cuts will hurt this stock.

Zoetis (ZTS): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. This company is a spin-off, it was Pfizer's animal health business. Read More: New IPO for the Dogs

BlackBerry (BBRY): If you're a trader, then below $15 I'd pull the trigger, said Cramer. Up here, I'm not sure. But this is a trade.

Molex (MOLX): This stock is ok, said Cramer, but I like Avnet better.

Edwards Lifesciences (EW): It's a stock that's had a lot of ups and down but I still like it, said Cramer.

Skyworks Solutions (SWKS): If you're long I'd ring the register, said Cramer.

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