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Mad Money Lightning Round: Fastenal, Teva Pharmaceutical, Activision, Family Dollar and More

Teva Pharmaceutical - Buy. Cramer likes it because it's not financial and "the shekel is strong."

Fastenal - Sell. Fasteners are linked to aerospace, although Alcoa is better at $6.

FMC Corporation - Sell. It's got a good agricultural portfolio but lacks a good yield and it's not trading in cash.

Flowers Foods - Buy. Even in a recession, "people still eat bread."

Freeport-McMoran - Sell. This is "the most over-owned stock of all hedge funds." You shouldn't buy in a deflationary environment, and copper's fallen a lot, the dividend is in jeopardy.

Activision - Sell. Cramer notes that it's "not that kind of expensive Christmas," and thinks the Guitar Hero maker's stock will go lower.

Family Dollar - Buy. "Noone can afford Whole Foods anymore", and knockoffs of Nilla wafers should be a "winner".

-this post has been updated to correct some inaccurate information

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