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Lightning Round: Amazon.com, Inergy, Altria and More

Amazon.com : Cramer would buy this name. Amazon is the remaining momentum stock that hasn't been broken yet, he said.

Vector Group : The "Mad Money" host likes Vector because it has yield, which works in this market. However, he prefers Philip Morris.

Inergy LP : Propane isn't working, Cramer said. He doesn't like it because he thinks it is viciously competitive and people are switching.

Entertainment Properties Trust : Cramer doesn't know this name but promised to do his homework and report back at a later date.

Altria : Cramer likes Altria, but noted that it is on a quick spike and he likes to buy things when they are not on a spike.

McCormick & Company : This is a nice, steady grower, Cramer said. He thinks this is a terrific level to buy.

Frontier Communications : Cramer is giving the company the benefit of the doubt when it says it will make the dividend. Therefore, he recommends owning it.

Pitney Bowes : Like Frontier, Pitney Bowes also said the yield is fine and Cramer believes them.

Annaly Capital Management : Cramer is bullish on Annaly and likes its good yield.










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