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Lightning Round: Amazon, Green Mountain, Wal-Mart and More

Pitney Bowes : Cramer said the yield is a red flag, but he needs to have management on the show to get a better read.

Snap-On : This is a very consistent business and has a good yield, the "Mad Money" host staid. He thinks it's a buy.

Amazon.com : Since high multiple stocks trade together, Cramer wants to see what happens when Salesforce.com reports Thursday. However, he thinks Amazon can still go a little lower.

Wal-Mart : Cramer can see WMT going to $55 before "getting its mojo back." He likes Target , Costco and Dollar Tree better.

Leucadia National : This stock is a "pastiche" of finance and Cramer doesn't know enough about what's inside it to recommend it.

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters : Last week's sell-off was justified, Cramer said. He would stay away.

Marathon Petroleum : The spread between WTI and Brent crude is narrowing and that means the refines don't make as much money, Cramer said. Don't buy.

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