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Lightning Round: Cemex, Boston Scientific & More

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

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE): It's a big dollar stock and it could fall over the next couple of days, said Cramer. But I think it's a long-term buy.

Cemex (CX): I like this stock very much as a play on global growth, said Cramer. It's based in Mexico and I have tremendous faith in Mexico.


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Boston Scientific (BSX): I think it's up a little too much, said Cramer. But if it falls a buck or two I think it's a great place to get in.

Eastman Chemical (EMN): This is an excellent company, said Cramer. I'm currently looking for an entry point. With the sell-off at hand, it's probably time to pull the trigger soon.

World Wrestling (WWE): The stock just advanced from $15 to $20 in the space of amonth, said Cramer. It's got clear momentum.

Portfolio Recovery Associates (PRAA): I think pros are going to like this stock for a trade, said Cramer. But in the space I'd rather own H&R Block long-term.

Airgas (ARG): Industrial companies are coming in right now, said Cramer. Don't be surprised if this stock comes in 3 or 4 points on no news whatsoever.



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