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Lightning Round: Walter Energy, Gogo & More

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

FireEye (FEYE): In the space I like Palo Alto Networks more, said Cramer.

Walter Energy (WLT): I don't like the balance sheet, said Cramer. I wouldn't even take a flier on this one.


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BreitBurn Energy (BBEP): I'd rather play the space with LINE (Linn Energy), said Cramer.

Navigator (NVGS): This is good, said Cramer. It's a play on liquefied propane. I'm a buyer.

The Andersons (ANDE): I'd stay away from this stock and the entire grain complex for that matter, said Cramer. There are just better places to make money.

Ariad Pharmaceuticals (ARIA): It had its time in the sun but I just can get excited anymore, said Cramer. If you're looking for a stock, look at Gilead.

InvenSense (INVN): In this space I'd much rather put money to work in Take-Two, said Cramer. It's down a lot and I think the selling was overdone.

Acuity (AYI): It's gone up a great deal, said Cramer. If you're long, I'd take profits.

Gogo (GOGO): It's caught in a battle between the bulls and bears, said Cramer. If you want to trade it, under $20, I'm a buyer and around $28 I'm a seller.

Molycorp (MCP): I'd rather own many other companies, said Cramer. The selloff has driven some high quality companies to bargain prices; I'd much prefer any of them.

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