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Lightning Round: Lions Gate, Fossil & More

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

8x8 (EGHT): This is a speculative stock that I don't care for, said Cramer. I'm a seller, In the space I like Cisco much better.

Lions Gate (LGF): The stock has had a remarkable move since the film The Hunger Games, said Cramer. Nonetheless, they own a lot of content and they're doing a good job. I'd still own it.


Fossil (FOSL): This stock is too volatile for me, said Cramer. In the space I'd rather put money to work in Michael Kors.

Newcastle (NCT): This is a play on real estate, said Cramer, and you know I believe in the story. You can also play the theme with the regional banks. That's another way to go.


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Dean Foods (DF): I like the company but I'd rather be in a higher yielding food stock, said Cramer. If it pulls back, I'd prefer General Mills.

Penn West Petroleum (PWE): In the space I'd rather play Enterprise Products, said Cramer. At a 4.5% yield, that's my play.

iShares MSCI Mexico (EWW): I'd take a position and sit tight, said Cramer. I think Mexico is a great buy.

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