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Lightning Round: Colfax, Frontier Communications, Akamai Technology and More

Colfax Corp : If you've made a profit on this name, Cramer would take profits on half and then play with the house's money.

NII Holdings : Cramer likes Latin America, but he doesn't like telco unless it has a good yield. He suggests Verizon or AT&T instead.

Frontier Communications : A dividend cut is baked in Cramer said. He would wait until it jumps to $6 to $7 and then cut your losses.

Akamai Technologies : Cramer is not a buyer. While it has been the greatest performer of any stock since "Mad Money" started, that's enough for him.

VirnetX : This exceptional growth company has moved too much and Cramer's nervous that it's been wildly trading up and down. He would take profits.














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