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Lightning Round: Peabody Energy, Aruba Networks, Stonemor Partners and More

Peabody Energy : With both Germany and Japan moving away from nuclear energy, Cramer expects a "super cycle" in coal. BTU is a cheap stock, too.

Aruba Networks : The technology sector just isn't working right now, Cramer said. In this environment, even the good tech names could go lower, so he would stay away from ARUN.

Sina : A few months ago, Cramer recommended this Chinese technology stock as a trade. He told investors to sell once it hit $120 a share. So the trade is over, Cramer said.

Stonemor Partners : This is an inexpensive stock, Cramer said. He likes its 9 percent dividend yield, too.

Vodafone : "This is what I'm talking about," Cramer said. "You've got good yield. You've got good growth. You got some safety behind the yield. That's where you start buying Vodafone."

American Capital Agency : Cramer wants to know how this company can afford to pay an 18.5 percent dividend yield before he can recommend it.

McDonald's : This fast food chain operator is one of the great stock in this environment, Cramer said. He's a buyer.
























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