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Lightning Round: Activision Blizzard, Whole Foods, Research In Motion and More

Activision Blizzard : There's no reason to own a gaming stock because they are too difficult, Cramer said. He recommends taking a pass.

Whole Foods Market : WFM is a "good bet," Cramer said. Now that it is down from when it reported, he would buy.

McMoRan Exploration : This is a buy as long as you understand that it is a speculative play, the "Mad Money" host said.

Research In Motion : Cramer continues to think this stock is not a buy.

World Wrestling Entertainment : WWE is a "wasting asset," Cramer said. He sees no reason to own it.

Nokia : Cramer sees no catalyst or momentum and therefore he sees no reason to own it.

DaVita : DaVita provides kidney dialysis and it is a business that Cramer things is a good, consistent one.

InterOil Corp : IOC is way too risky, Cramer said. He prefers names like Apache for growth and ConocoPhillips for yield.

GT Advanced Technology : "Ssolar is in its own personal bear market," Cramer said. It is too hard and too risky.

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