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Lightning Round: Wendy’s, IBM & More

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

Lowe's (LOW): I like this stock right now, said Cramer. It's got momentum.

Manitowoc (MTW): I think the company could generate a lot of value if they break up, said Cramer.


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First Solar (FSLR): I think the stock is a buy, said Cramer. And I haven't liked it in a long time but my opinion changed after the analyst meeting.

American Realty Capital (ARCP): I think the comapny is fine, said Cramer, but the stock may come in with the entire space.

NuStar Energy (NS): In this space I like other stocks better, said Cramer.

Wendy's (WEN): I think the turn is for real, said Cramer. I know it's up a lot ytd but I don't think the run is over.

IBM (IBM): I don't like it that much, said Cramer. If you're long and it prints $200, I'd sell.

Grana Y Montero (GRAM): I don't know this stock, said Cramer. I need to do homework before I opine.

Sturm, Ruger & Co. (RGR): I don't know what's going on with this stock, said Cramer. It's spiking and I don't know why.

Nordic American (NAT): I don't think the stock goes down much more but I'm not sure how much upside it has either, said Cramer.




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