Lightning Round: Energizer Holdings, Deere, Marathon Oil and More

Energizer Holdings : Cramer would buy this stock because the competition in the battery market is not nearly as tough as it once was.

Mako Surgical : This medical device company has strong momentum in a sector that is on fire, the "Mad Money" host said. He suggests buying.

Monsanto : There are better agriculture companies than MON, Cramer said. He would not buy this company because it is "waning, not waxing."

Bitauto Holdings Ltd : Cramer does not recommend buying this stock, and if you own it, its time to cut your losses. "Stop buying Chinese stocks!" he exclaimed.

EMC : Athough EMC has an "awful" chart, Cramer still thinks this is a good stock. He's a buyer because he's willing to bet the fundamentals trump the chart.

Finisar : Cramer thinks this is a terrible stock and does not recomend buying it.

Deere : Cramer believes this stock is finally starting to bottom, and he thinks it will have a "monster good" quarter. He suggests taking advantage of the pullback and buying this stock, which also has a decent yield.

Cree : This stock is a sell, sell, sell, Cramer said. Tech is bad, and he doesn't want homegamers to own it.

Marathon Oil : Cramer said it's time to ring the register on Marathon because "the game is over."

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

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