Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Arena Pharmaceuticals (ARNA): I'd stay away from this one, said Cramer. It's not for me.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD): This is a one trick pony, said Cramer.
Cheniere Energy (LNG): I like owning the Cheniere master limited partnership more, said Cramer.
Windstream Holdings (WIN): I don't trust this one, said Cramer. There are better places in the market to make money.
Ubiquiti Networks (UBNT): I'm sticking with it, said Cramer.
Columbia Banking System (COLB): I like it for the long-term, said Cramer. It's a winner.
Apple (AAPL): Lately, I've come to view Apple as the Rodney Dangerfield of stocks, said Cramer. It doesn't get any respect.
Weatherford Int'l (WFT): All I can say is, it's not as bad as it used to be, said Cramer. In the space I like Schlumberger much more.
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