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Lightning Round: Vale, Heinz & More

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

BMC Software (BMC): I don't have great conviction on the fundamentals, said Cramer. There's takeover chatter but I could never advocate buying just for that.

Emeritus Corp (ESC): I don't know this stock, Cramer admitted. I have to do homework.

MGIC Investment (MTG): They just announced a stock offering and if the stock pulls back, I'd get in, said Cramer. Once it's all done, I think the stock could be off to the races.

Hospitality Properties (HPT): I like this stock, said Cramer. Analysts may hate it but not me.

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Vale (VALE): I'm a buyer of Vale as a play on China, said Cramer. I think next year at this time the stock will be substantially higher.

Heinz (HNZ): If you have profits I'd take the money and run, said Cramer. According to Reuters, Warren Buffett says he will not pay a penny more than the $72.50 a share he is already offering for ketchup maker and after an initial hesitation, most investors seem to be taking him at his word.

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