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Lightning Round: Waste Management, Amgen, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and More

Waste Management : Cramer wants to own this Houston, Texas-based company's stock. He likes its 4.4 percent dividend yield.

Amgen : This biotechnology company's stock has been "stuck in the mud" lately, Cramer said. In other words, he thinks it has little growth and doesn't want to own it. He prefers Celgene and Sanofi instead.

Health Care REIT : The "Mad Money" host is bullish on this real estate investment trust because it yields 5.8 percent.

SunTrust Banks : By and large, Cramer does not like bank stocks right now.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts : Cramer can't get behind this stock right now.

Edwards Lifesciences : Hold onto this stock, Cramer said.

Pennymac Mortgage Investment Trust : Before Cramer will make a call on this stock, he wants to research it. He'll address it on a future broadcast.

Novartis : This stock is OK, but Cramer would go with Sanofi if you want growth.

Telus : When it comes to wireless communications stocks, Cramer prefers Verizon because it has a higher dividend yield.

KLA-Tencor : This stock may sport a 3.2 dividend yield, but Cramer is a believer in Novellus and its management team. He thinks both stocks are good, though.
















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