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Lightning Round: ConocoPhillips, Youko.com, Solar Capital and More

Thursday, 25 Aug 2011 | 7:29 PM ET

ConocoPhilips : Cramer is bullish on this oil play, and likes its four percent yield.

Youko.com : Don't buy this or any other Chinese stocks, except Baidu , the "Mad Money" host said.

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

The Travelers Companies : This is probably the cheapest stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Cramer said. He wants to buy it right here.

Enbridge Inc : Cramer thinks Enbridge at this level is just too high. He would rather buy other pipelines such as Kinder Morgan Energy Partners , MarkWest Energy Partners , Energy Transfer Partners and Enterprise Products Partners.

Micron Technology : Cramer doesn't want homegamers to own Micron. It is not a good tech stock, he said, and it is not a good season to own tech.

United States Steel : This name is too cyclical and it's the wrong time to own it, Cramer said.

iShares Silver Trust : Cramer likes gold , not silver.

Oneok Partners : This name is too high, Cramer said.

Aqua America : Cramer said WTR doesn't have the growth he wants.

Nordic American Tanker Shipping : Cramer is no longer recommending Nordic because he said the tanking business is bad right now.

Solar Capital : Cramer likes Solar and thinks it's a terrific buy.


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COP
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ENB
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EPD
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ETP
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KMP
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MU
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MWE
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Naturally Advanced Technologies
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OKS
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SLV
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TRV
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WTR
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YOKU
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