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Lightning Round: Universal Display, Goldman Sachs, Stamps.com and More

Universal Display : Before Cramer makes a call on this stock, he wants to research it. He will address PANL on a future broadcast.

Goldman Sachs : Cramer remains bearish on financials, including GS.

Stamps.com : The "Mad Money" host said he likes what this catalog and mail order house is doing.

Cummins : It seems there could be more pain ahead for this engine maker's stock, Cramer said. His charitable trust still owns it, though.

AT&T : Whether or not the merger with Deutche Telekom's T-Mobile is approved, Cramer thinks it's a win-win situation for AT&T. He recommends pulling the trigger on this stock.

Aruba Networks : Cramer is bullish on this video conference play.

Teck Resources : The mineral companies, like Teck, have gone out of style on the Wall Street fashion show, Cramer said. That doesn't mean Teck is a bad company, it just means its stock could continue to fall, he explained.

McMoRan Exploration : There are other oil names with a higher yield trading at discount, Cramer said.

Gold Resource : Give gold a breather before pulling the trigger, Cramer said.















When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned AT&T and Cummins.

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