Lightning Round: Coinstar, Lockheed Martin & More

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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