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Lightning Round: Cisco, US Steel and More

Dendreon : Cramer doesn't like the company, it's a sell.

US Steel : Worries about the pension, and prefers to be in Nucor, who has a cleaner balance sheet.

Boston Scientific : Cramer thinks its a buy as a nice comeback play.

Lockheed Martin : Cramer thinks the move has been made, it may go up another few points after positive analyst reviews, but sees Lockheed as a sell.

Aerovironment : They missed the quarter bad, Cramer says sell.

Vertex Pharmaceuticals: Cramer thinks Celgene is a better option.

The Mosaic Company : Cramer says wait until they report tomorrow, and if it's bad, go for Terra Nitrogen , which is the only fertilizer stock he'll recommend right now.

Vimpel Communications : As a Russian company, Cramer thinks you should stay away from the country as a whole, it's just too risky.

Graftech International : Cramer says sell.

Coach : The high end handbag business is bad right now, but the stock is low, Cramer thinks you should be a buyer.

Pan American Silver : Cramer sees a pullback in Silver... don't be aggressive but you should be buying in stages.

Cisco : Downgraded by Goldman Sachs, Cramer thinks the company will turn this quarter and would be a buyer.

General Mills : They missed the quarter, but commodity costs are going down and they stand to have a good second half, Cramer thinks its a buy.

Duke Energy : Cramer is bearish, but likes Dominion better, with its ownership buyback and it's more pro-obama portfolio.

Cramer's charitable trust owns Celgene.

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