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Lightning Round: Southwest Airlines, Spectra, Brocade and More

Vasco Data Services : Hold on to Vasco until the mid-$20s, Cramer said, and then sell.

Melco PBL Entertainment : It’s a sell, sell, sell, Cramer said.

Albany Molecular : Too speculative for Cramer. Go with Covance or Paraxel International instead, he said.

State Street : This stock could go to $90, Cramer said. It’s a buy.

Spectra Energy : Cramer likes SE on the pullback. Buy more, he said.

Horsehead Holding : Hold on to ZINC, Cramer said. He’s not ready to give up on this stock yet.

International Game Tech : Cramer said he won’t endorse anything in gaming right now.

Southwest Airlines : Cramer can’t get behind airline stocks in this environment.

Brocade : Cramer said he likes Cisco Systems and Juniper more. Brocade’s too low to sell, but he won’t give it a thumbs up.

General Motors : GM’s preferred stock is the way to go, Cramer said. Forget the common.

Jim's charitable trust owns International Game Tech.

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