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Lightning Round: Five Below, Western Union

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

Five Below (FIVE): I'm a buyer, said Cramer. Usually I'm cautious of management changes, but in this case I'm not that concerned that COO David Johnston will be leaving the company.

Western Union (WU): I think it's an inexpensive stock with a decent yield, said Cramer. Also, I see it as an emerging markets play. I'm a buyer.

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Exelon (EXC): I can not bless this stock, said Cramer. I think the company is poorly run.

Urban Outfitters (URBN): I like the management team, said Cramer. The stock is resting right now but I think it has more upside.

Quidel (QDEL): I like the company, said Cramer. They're in the diagnostic business and that's a good business to be in right now.

Covance (CVD): This stock is an ancillary drug and health care play, said Cramer. I think it keeps working higher.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD): I'm a believer, said Cramer. I think the gaming business will do good things for this company.

Michael Kors (KORS): I'm a buyer at $72 or lower, said Cramer. It's a fast growing company.



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