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Lightning Round: Centene, Wal-Mart, Opko and More

Centene : “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer says he likes this healthcare cost-containment company.

Wal-Mart Stores : “We said if it crashes through 55, it’s like going to the moon, and that’s what it’s doing,” Cramer said. “I think 65 is the next stop.”

Cardtronics : Cramer said more information was necessary to take a look at why the company’s stock performed so well Tuesday.

Opko Health : Cramer said he likes this stock. “The company’s not making any money, but it’s got a great revenue ramp,” he said.

Cellcom Israel : “We think that it’s too dangerous,” Cramer said, suggesting other telecom stocks such as Vodafone or AT&T.









At publication time, Cramer's charitable trust owned AT&T.

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