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Lightning Round: Transocean, Bank of America, Ford Motor and More

SXC Health Solutions Group : This is a good stock, Cramer said. When it comes to pharmacy benefit managers, though, he prefers Express Scripts .

Transocean : This oil and gas drilling and exploration stock can be owned, but it comes with too much risk for Cramer. If you want to own the drillers, he prefers Schlumberger , Halliburton , Baker Hughes and in that order.

Clean Energy Fuels : Cramer likes this natural gas name. He would rather go with Westport Innovations , though, because the engine maker recently struck a deal with Royal Dutch Shell to develop natural gas as a transportation fuel. (RELATED: Cramer's One-on-One With Westport CEO David Demers on Shell Deal)

Bank of America : This stock has been a big loser, but Cramer thinks it is bottoming.

Ford Motor : You can't own the auto stocks until we see the world's economies turn around, Cramer said.

Chesapeake Energy : What a winner, Cramer said. Buy, buy, buy.

Infinera : If you are going to buy digital optical equipment makers, Cramer suggests Juniper Networks .





























When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Bank of America, Express Scripts, Juniper Networks and Schlumberger

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