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Lightning Round: Microsoft, Telsa Motors, Verizon and More

Monday, 12 Sep 2011 | 7:20 PM ET

Calumet Specialty Products : Cramer has to find out more about this company. He promised to do his homework and answer the question at a later date.

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

Cognex : While the "Mad Money" host hasn't kept up with the fundamentals of CGNX, he has always liked the company and he likes tech going into the fourth quarter.

Microsoft : Don't buy this stock, Cramer said.

Telsa Motors : Cramer doesn't like this stock. If you own it, cut your losses and sell.

ArcelorMittal : At this price, Cramer thinks you can start buying this steel company steel company.

Aurizon Mines : Gold is coming down, but Cramer prefers Goldcorp and Randgold.

BHP Billiton : Cramer would buy this "very inexpensive" stock right here.

Verizon : Cramer is bullish on Verizon.

Edwards Lifesciences : Cramer likes this stock more than ever. "This is the kind of stock that is going to be hard pressed to stay independent over the next two years, it's that good," he said.

Chipotle Mexican Grill : Cramer likes this stock and would use deep-in-the-money calls to buy it.

Siemens AG : This "great company" is a buy, Cramer said. It's the kind of stock you should buy on all of the worires and woes of Europe, he added.

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