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Lightning Round: Phillips 66, Baidu & More

Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013 | 6:43 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 favorite.

Amerigas Partners (APU): As a dividend play this stock is fine, said Cramer. If you're already long I think it's fine to own. But there's not a lot of growth.

Phillips 66 (PSX): If you have big profits I'd take off half, said Cramer. Don't be greedy. Although I do like the refiners.

Baidu.com (BIDU): I'm not crazy about playing China with single stocks, said Cramer. If you want to play China do it with an ETF such as the FXI.

Pengrowth Energy (PGH): I'm not a fan, said Cramer. I'd rather play the space with LINE.

Ship Finance International (SFL): This one is too risky for me, said Cramer. I'd start to feel better if and when Nordic American did better.

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Facebook (FB): I believe in this company, said Cramer, but I'm not sure the stock will advance all that quickly.

Harris Teeter Supermarkets (HTSI): This stock had a good run, said Cramer. I'd rather be in Whole Foods which has declined recently.

Qualcomm (QCOM): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. They are all about 4G. And their chips are in many gadgets, not just those sold by Apple.

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