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Lightning Round: Starbucks, Schlumberger, Honda Motor and More

Starbucks : Although this stock has bounced around lately, Cramer thinks it could be on the way up. He's a buyer.

Schlumberger : This is a wild trader, Cramer cautioned. However, the "Mad Money" host thinks you could buy shares at current levels.

Honda Motor : Being as the Tokyo-based automaker recently saw shares bounce, Cramer recommends taking profits. He doesn't want to be in a Japanese car company right now.

Agilent Technologies : After this stock's recent run, Cramer said it's time to ring the register.

Limelight Networks : Cramer doesn't want to sell shares of this technology company at current levels. This stock is stuck until there's no longer evidence of a glut in the optical components it makes, he said. Unfortunately, he's not sure when that may be.

Molycorp : Sell shares of this rare earth metals name, Cramer said. He thinks it's overvalued.

Skechers USA : This is a bad stock, Cramer said. He thinks home gamers should avoid investing in this footwear maker right now.

Pitney Bowes : Thanks to good cash flow, Cramer thinks this business management's 6 percent dividend yield is safe. Buy, buy, buy.

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