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Lightning Round: Eli Lily, AT&T, Google and More

Eli Lilly : Cramer likes the dividend this health care stock pays out.

AT&T : The "Mad Money" host thinks this stock's dividend yield could go higher. He would stick with ATT.

Google : The Internet giant has a good stock, Cramer said. He would hold onto it until it hits $550 a share.

A-Power Energy Generation Systems : Cramer would sell this Chinese utility.

LDK Solar : This Xinyu City, China-based technology play is hot, but Cramer would pass.

Aruba Networks : The technology company fits Cramer's thesis: cyber security software with good fundamentals. He would stay long ARUN.

Apple : Cramer thinks this is "one of the best stocks ever" and would hold until it hits $325 a share. He would reevaluate at that level.

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Apple.

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