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Lightning Round: Activision Blizzard, Cheniere Energy, Kimber Resources and More

Activision Blizzard : This Santa Monica, Calif.-based company may have recently reported strong quarterly results, but Cramer would stay away from its stock. The gaming business is just too hard, he said.

Microsoft : Don't buy, don't buy.

Johnson & Johnson : This stock sports a 3.5 percent dividend yield, but Cramer noted it has no growth. He'll pass.

Cheniere Energy : "Ring the register and let it come back in," Cramer said of LNG. "It's up on a spike in a very difficult market."

MetroPCS : The wireless communications industry is too competitive right now, Cramer said.

Kimber Resources : Take profits, Cramer said.

Nuance Communications : Cramer wants to take profits on this name, too.















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