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Lightning Round: Ford, Panera & More

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

Panera (PNRA): It's been weak, but I think the stock will bounce, said Cramer.

Computer Sciences Corp (CSC): I find this area very exciting, said Cramer. It's a cyber security play.


Frontier Communications (FTR): I wouldn't touch it, said Cramer. There are better places to make money.

Fifth & Pacific (FNP): It's had a good run, said Cramer. I didn't think it could have that kind of a run.

Ford (F): I like this stock, said Cramer. They've been putting up some good numbers.

Google (GOOG): I have great faith in this company, said Cramer, but I would play it with deep in the money calls.

Amazon (AMZN): They're having a great quarter, said Cramer. But this stock trades at an extremely high multiple.

American Homes 4 Rent (AMH): I think it's ok, said Cramer, but it's not my favorite sector, broadly.

Gap (GPS): I'm scared of Gap, said Cramer. They said some bad things about back to school

Vodafone (VOD):: I'm a buyer, said Cramer. I like it very much.

RBS (RBS): I think there's tremendous value in this stock, said Cramer. I think it's cheap.

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Symbol
Price
 
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PNRA
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CSC
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KATE
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ABX
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.VXAPL
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F
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GOOGL
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AMZN
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GPS
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VOD
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RBS
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