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Lightning Round: Under Armour, Veolia Environment, Westport Innovations and More

Under Armour : Before buying this athletic apparel maker's stock, Cramer would like to see it come in a little.

Veolia Environment : Cramer is bearish on this waste management company's stock, but didn't say why.

AnnTaylor Stores : The "Mad Money" host would rather go with Ross Stores or TJX Companies .

Westport Innovations : Although Cramer thinks car companies, gas stations and regulators still need to get on board with using natural gas as a transportation fuel, Cramer likes Westport.

Alkermes : Cramer is bullish on this diabetes play.

New Oriental Education & Technology Group : The only Chinese stock Cramer likes right now is Baidu .

Stillwater Mining : If an investor is pressed to buy a precious metals company, Cramer recommends Randgold Resources or Silvercorp .

Allstate : This stock is OK, but Cramer said he prefers Prudential because it has better assets.

Sprint Nextel : Cramer can't get behind this wireless play because it needs cash.















When this charitable trust was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Prudential and TJX Companies.

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