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Lightning Round: Sirius, Lowe's, Genentech and More

Navios Maritime : Cramer likes Diana Shipping more.

Sirius Satellite Radio : SIRI should go to $1 or $2 if the merger with XM Satellite doesn’t go through and $6 or $7 if it does. That’s a pretty good risk-reward, Cramer said.

Sohu.com : “We like Baidu, not SOHU” when it comes to China, Cramer said.

Genentech : Instead of Genentech, Cramer recommended waiting for a pullback in Celgene, and then buying that stock.

Authen Tech : The company already had a big run, Cramer said. Go with L-3 Communications.

Becton Dickinson : BDX is one of the best medical-device companies in the country, Cramer said. He’s bullish on this company.

Lowe’s : “Lowe’s is too cheap.” This is one of the retailers Cramer thinks investors should buy.

Burlington Northern Santa Fe :Union Pacific is the better business, Cramer said.

Goldcorp : “I like Goldcorp.” Cramer gave the nod to Barrack Gold and Yamana , too.

Wyndham Worldwide : Cramer likes Wyndham after reporting a good quarter.

Chipotle : Chipotle has gotten too expensive, Cramer said. Homegamers should ring the register.

Jim's charitable trust owns Union Pacific.

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