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Lightning Round: Boston Scientific, Sonic & More

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

SunPower (SPWR): It's not as speculative as some rivals, said Cramer. But in the space I prefer First Solar.

Boston Scientific (BSX): This is a favorite stock of mine, said Cramer. However, it made a big move last year and it may still need to digest the advance.


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Ply Gem (PGEM): This stock just isn't my cup of tea, said Cramer. I just don't want to own it.

NovaGold (NG): I'm glad to see it coming back, said Cramer, but if you're long I wouldn't overstay the welcome.

Occidental Petroleum (OXY): I like it, said Cramer. I believe the plan for Occidental to split itself into two companies will unlock value.

Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY): I think it could drop to $64 or $65, said Cramer. It's a good outfit but right now I think it's facing headwinds.

Orexigen (OREX): I think the stock is going to cool off, said Cramer. I wouldn't own it, here.

Halozyme (HALO): It has good pedigree but I think it's a little frothy, said Cramer. I think it could come in.

Sonic (SONC): I think it's a buy, said Cramer. It has a big build out coming.




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