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Lightning Round: Dollar General, Pandora Media, Peabody Energy and More

Dollar General : This is one of Cramer's favorites, He thinks it will go higher.

Pandora Media : The "Mad Money" host cautioned that this is a speculative stock. He thinks you can pick up three or four points for a trade only.

Peabody Energy : Cramer no longer advocates owning this stock. Because oil went down, coal got hit. While this company has the best execution of others in the sector, it doesn't matter. However, if you own it, he thinks it's too cheap to sell.

Boeing v. Honeywell International : Cramer likes Honeywell better. Boeing has some issues with Dreamliner orders being cancelled, and Honeywell has both Airbus and Boeing.

Sysco : Sysco is a fine stock with a good yield, Cramer said.

Kirby : This is a terrific stock that will break out of here, Cramer said. He would buy.

Ubiquiti Networks : This name just came public and Cramer still needs to do his homework. He'll respond at a later date.

Buckeye Partners : Cramer likes Buckeye and its six percent yield. But he likes MarkWest Energy Partners MWE better.

Annaly Capital : This name is a buy, buy, buy, Cramer said.














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