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Lightning Round: Akamai, GE & more

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

Akamai Technologies (AKAM): I think the stock is very fully valued, said Cramer. I would not be a buyer at these levels.

Vivus (VVUS): I think this stock is too speculative, said Cramer. I'd much rather hold Bristol-Myers.


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LinnCo (LNCO): I think the company is fine, said Cramer. It went through an SEC inquiry but that has passed and now it seems inexpensive.

Lannett Company (LCI): In the space I'd rather own Perrigo, said Cramer.

Windstream Holdings (WIN): It's a dividend play, said Cramer. Right now, rather than reach for yield, I'd rather own growth.

General Electric (GE): It hasn't been able to break out of its range, said Cramer. I'm looking to hear why the future will be brighter than the past.

The Chubb Corporation (CB): I like it, said Cramer, but in the space I like Travelers a little more.

Rite Aid (RAD): The stock doubled and then it had a bad quarter and subsequently declined, said Cramer. I still think it's a great stock to own. Long-term, I see more upside ahead.

Alcatel Lucent (ALU): It liked it lower, said Cramer, but not here. In the space, I'd rather own Cisco.


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