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Lightning Round: BlackBerry, Eli Lilly & More

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

BlackBerry (BBRY): I think this stock will trade between $6 and $10, said Cramer. Right now BlackBerry is sitting in the middle of that range. That's not a great risk/reward.

Randgold (GOLD): I'm not crazy about owning gold stocks, said Cramer, but if you want to own one Randgold probably has the best properties and the best management.

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Apollo Education (APOL): In this space I think it's the best, said Cramer. But largely it's a bad neighborhood so I can't recommend it.

Armour Residential REIT (ARR): I don't like it, said Cramer. I'd just stay away.

Canadian Solar (CSIQ): In the space I'd rather own First Solar, said Cramer.

Winnebago (WGO): It's a great brand name, said Cramer. I think this stock works its way higher.

Eli Lilly (LLY): I think it's a fine drug maker, said Cramer. However, it's had such a big run I'd wait for a pullback. But around $54 I'm a buyer.

Atmel Corporation (ATML): I think this stock is in the sweet spot, said Cramer. I think it goes to $10.


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