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Lightning Round: Interactive Brokers Group, InterDigital, Panera Bread and More

Interactive Brokers Group : Given the consolidation in the investment brokerage space, Cramer is interested in this stock. Plus, he thinks these kinds of companies will do well once the U.S. economic recovery picks up.

InterDigital : Cramer is bullish on this tech stock at current levels. He doesn't like to give up gains.

Buffalo Wild Wings : The "Mad Money" host praised this restaurant chain operator's management team. Being as the Minneapolis-based company has yet to expand across much of the U.S., Cramer said he's a buyer of BWLD.

Panera Bread : "The money has been made and we are being too greedy," Cramer said of this bakery-cafe chain operator's stock. "I think we should take a lot off the table. Take as much off to play with the house's money and then we're golden."

Alcoa : Cramer thinks this aluminum-maker could be one of the Dow's best performing stocks in 2011.

Hudson City Bancorp : This Paramus, N.J.-based financial name hasn't been performing well lately, Cramer said. He would look elsewhere.











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

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