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Lightning Round: Starbucks, Trinity Industries & More

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

Micron (MU): I think the next quarter will be good, said Cramer. Supply is tight and demand is fine.

Consol Energy (CNX): I'm not a fan, said Cramer.

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Trinity Industries (TRN): I'm a buyer of weakness, said Cramer. Whenever I hear about oil being shipped by rail, I think about how this company benefits.

Starbucks (SBUX): I think the stock is building a base at $70, said Cramer. I'm a buyer at these levels.

Roundy's (RNDY): I'm a seller, said Cramer. I don't like it.

China Mobile (CHL): I've missed the advance, said Cramer.

MannKind (MNKD): I hadn't been a fan but, I admit, this stock has been an up-stock, said Cramer.

International Game Technology (IGT): Online gambling isn't taking off and there aren't a lot of new casinos being built, said Cramer. Therefore, I think there are better places to put money.

Bristol Myers (BMY): I think it's terrific, said Cramer. I think it could become the fastest growing large pharma company.

Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR): If you've made money in this stock, I don't see any reason to stick around, said Cramer. I'd take the money and run.


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