Lightning Round: Buffalo Wild Wings, Cliffs Natural Resources, American Capital Agency and More

Buffalo Wild Wings : Cramer thinks this restaurant chain operator's story is intact, especially through the National Football Leauge's season.

Cliffs Natural Resources : The entire mineral and mining group has been getting killed lately, Cramer said. Don't buy.

American Capital Agency : When it comes to real estate investment trusts, Cramer currently prefers Annaly Capital Management because he has a better sense of its goals and future prospects.

Pepsico : With raw costs coming down and considering PEP sports a 3.4 percent dividend yield, Cramer likes this stock at current levels.

KKR Financial : This is a cheap stock with a 4.3 percent dividend yield that seems to be intact, Cramer said. Buy, buy, buy.

General Motors : The U.S. automaker's stock could go higher, Cramer suggested.

ITC Holding : Before making a call on this stock, Cramer wants to do some research. He'll address ITC on a future broadcast.

Navios Maritime : Cramer has analyzed the shipping companies and doesn't want to own them right now. They're too dicey, he said.

Diamond Foods : Stick with this stock, Cramer said. It will do great after its merger with Pringles closes, he argued.

WebMD Health : Cramer is bearish on this health care stock.

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