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Lightning Round: Hershey, Cisco Systems, Visa and More

Hershey : Cramer said HSY has had a remarkable run, ring the register.

Cisco Systems : Cramer said CSCO is a buy and could go to $35.

Ariba: ARBA is an Internet commerce play, as is F5 Networks, Cramer said.

Visa: Cramer is bullish on V and thinks the company will raise its earnings estimates.

Gafisa S.A.: GFA is a buy, Cramer said, because the Brazilian mortgage market is "hot."

Fuel Systems Solutions: FSYS is a buy, Cramer said.

Allied Irish Bancshares: Cramer said AIB is too hard, and thinks investors should look at Citigroup.

Motorola : Cramer said to sell MOT, and buy Apple.

Cramer’s charitable trust owns Cisco Systems, Apple and Visa.

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