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Lightning Round OT: GameStop, Dillard's and More

GameStop : Cramer thinks the growth of social-media gaming and the move away from bricks-and-mortar stores like GameStop make this a tough stock to own. So investors should take profits in GME.

Illinois Tool Works : Investors may be selling ITW, but Cramer urged viewers to stick with it. He likes their long-term story.

Dillard’s : News that Dillard’s will form its own real estate investment trust sent shares soaring about 12 percent on Thursday, and Cramer thinks there’s more room to run. DDS is a buy.

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