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Lightning Round: Chevron, RealD, Partner Communications and More

Thursday, 16 Jun 2011 | 8:24 PM ET

Chevron : Cramer likes this stock and its 3.10 percent dividend yield. So long as you can suffer another 7 to 8 points to the downside, he would hold onto this stock.

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

RealD : This 3D technology company is way too risky for Cramer.

Partner Communications : After reviewing this stock, Cramer determined this stock's 7 percent dividend yield is not necessarily safe. He would rather go with Vodafone or Verizon Communications .

The Hain Celestial Group : Use this weakness to buy shares, Cramer said. After all, Hain benefits from a secular growth trend that's not going away any time soon and that is, healthy eating.

Annaly Capital Management : This real estate investment trust raises capital and then returns better capital, Cramer said. He's a buyer of this stock.

F5 Networks : The technology company's stock is down too much, Cramer said. Going forward, he thinks it has more upside than downside, though.

Potash : Agriculture stocks are hurting because Congress voted down the ethanol subsidy, Cramer said. He doesn't think the White House will let that subsidy die, though, so he remains bullish on the ag trade.






















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