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Lightning Round: Cedar Fair, Electronic Arts, City Telecom and More

Sprint Nextel : Cramer thinks you should buy shares of this wireless communications company. “Whether it’s 4G or prepaid, that stock has got it going,” he added.

Citigroup : The Mad Money host likes this financial institution, even though the federal government continues to sell off its stake and financial reform looms.

GLG Partners : Coming off of a 49% increase, Cramer said “it’s time to sell, sell, sell.”

Cedar Fair : As the value of gasoline has increased, Cramer is bullish on FUN.

Electronic Arts : Cramer noted that while this gaming company has disappointed several times, it has not gone below $17 a share. He likes their experimentation in social media and thinks you should stay with this stock.

City Telecom : With a 5% yield right now, Cramer likes this Chinese telecommunications company.

Frontier Communications : While Cramer admits the yield is “too big to be true,” he is bullish on this Stamford, Conn.-based company after recently interviewing its CEO, Maggie Wilderotter.

Yanzhou Coal Mining : The Mad Money host does not like most Chinese stocks right now, YZC included.

American Superconductor : Cramer is bullish toward this power technology company.

A-Power Energy Generation Systems : Again, Cramer does not like most Chinese stocks right now.










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