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Lightning Round: EarthLink, Transocean, Bank of America and More

EarthLink : This stock is "stuck in the mud." Cramer prefers stocks with growth or dividend.

ReachLocal : The last time the "Mad Money" host looked at this company, he didn't like it. However, he is going to do some homework to see if it's now worthwhile since it has fallen so low, and will address it at a later date.

Transocean : If you want to be in oil services and have a dividend, Cramer suggests Ensco instead.

Seagate Technology : Cramer will "bless" this name for a trade since we are in the seasonally strong season for tech.

ARMOUR Residential : This has a big yield, but Cramer doesn't know enough about ARMOUR. He promised to do more research and reply at a later date.

Bank of America : Cramer called BAC, which his charitable trust owns, the worst things he's done in the last five years. But since it's gotten so low, if you already own it, he'd ride it out.

Fusion-io : Cramer likes this stock.

NRG Energy : Cramer is disappointed in NRG and doesn't want to own it. Consolidated Edison, Exelon, Southern, American Electric Power , and FirstEnergy are all better and have a yield, he said.










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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Ensco and Bank of America.

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