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Lightning Round: Netgear, WWE, Atmel and More

Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 | 9:07 PM ET

Health Management Associates : A lot of investors are in this name on speculation it may be taken over, Cramer said. Given the amount of mergers and acquisitions in the health care space lately, he would buy HMA shares at current levels.

Lightning Round
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

Netgear : With Cisco Systems having reported another disappointing quarter, Cramer is concerned about Netgear and would sell shares right now.

World Wrestling Entertainment : Cramer likes growth and this company doesn't have any.

JDS Uniphase : Cramer likes this technology company.

Skyworks Solutions : Cramer is behind this semiconductor.

Novo Nordisk : One of few tech stocks at its 52-week high, Cramer recommends waiting for a pullback.

F5 Networks : Cramer thinks this tech stock could fall to $125 a share. He would buy at that level.

Atmel : While Cramer prefers Skyworks Solutions, he is bullish on this semiconductor, too.

Freeport-McMoRan : Cramer likes this mining giant right now.

Alcoa : This could be the Dow's biggest stock in 2011, Cramer said.

Limelight Networks : With this tech company scheduled to report earnings next week, Cramer recommends waiting before making a move.

Intel : This tech company is undervalued, Cramer said. He wouldn't own it, however, because it's lacking growth.










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