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Lightning Round: Toll Brothers, Walter Energy & more

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

SandRidge Energy (SD): I know this is a Leon Cooperman pick, said Cramer, but SandRidge did not report a good quarter. I have faith in Lee, but Sandridge has to deliver.

Toll Brothers (TOL): Affordability of homes has gone way up over the last 6 months, said Cramer. I think Toll makes sense.


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Seadrill (SDRL): My charitable trust owns rival ESV and the stock just can't get out of its own way. I think ESV is a better operator than SeaDrill. Therefore if ESV is going down, I think SeaDrill goes lower too.

Aspen Technology (AZPN): I don't know this stock well enough to opine, said Cramer. I need to do some homework.

Turquoise Hill Resources (TRQ): I'm not a buyer, said Cramer. In the space I'd rather own Vale.

Walter Energy (WLT): I don't care for this stock, said Cramer. If you must play coal, I'd play it with SunCoke Energy.

Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE): I think it's a great concept, said Cramer, but it's too speculative for me.

Disney (DIS): I think the stock is going to $100, said Cramer.




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