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Lightning Round: US Airways, Coach & More

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

US Airways (LCC): I've been waiting for a pullback, said Cramer, and now we're getting one. I'd pull the trigger.

Advanced Auto Parts (AAP): I like this stock, said Cramer. I'm a buyer.

Coach (COH): If you're interested in this stock, I'd buy some of my position at current levels, said Cramer. And then if the yield goes to 3%, I'd buy the rest.

Zoetis (ZTS): This company was spun-off from Pfizer, said Cramer. I like it and I'm a buyer on the pullback.

Hecla Mining (HL): I wouldn't touch it, said Cramer. If you want to play the space do it with an ETF that tracks the spot price of precious metals.

Atwood Oceanics (ATW): I wouldn't get into this one until it comes down more, said Cramer.


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Exelon Corp (EXC): This company is too poorly run for my taste, said Cramer. I don't like it.

Priceline (PCLN): I like this stock, said Cramer. I believe in this group. But in a broad sell-off it should decline, too. Therefore I'd let it come down before buying.

Opko Helath (OPK): This is a spec stock, said Cramer. But I do think it's going to be a big stock.

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