Lightning Round: Sodastream, Amazon & more

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

STMicroelectronics (STM): It's inexpensive, said Cramer. Some people think it's going to be taken over, but I'm not so sure. However, I like it.

Sodastream (SODA): There's chatter that PepsiCo may be looking to buy SodaStream, Cramer said. But I don't recommend stocks on that kind of speculation. And on a fundamental basis I could never recommend it.

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Consolidated Edison (ED): It's acting badly, said Cramer, yet I can't find anything wrong. I still view it as a solid company with a good yield.

Amazon (AMZN): The last quarter was all growth and this market doesn't like growth, said Cramer. If the facts change I will change but right now I don't see a case to own Amazon.

General Electric (GE): The stock has been languishing but they pay a 3% yield, said Cramer.

PDL Biopharma (PDLI): If it weren't for the yield I would see no reason to own the stock, said Cramer.

Yandex (YNDX): There's an election in Ukraine this weekend, said Cramer. I'd take a look again after the election.

Chart Industries (GTLS): I can't recommend this stock, said Cramer. I just think there are better places to make money.

Galena (GALE): I'd just stay away, said Cramer.

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