Lightning Round: JetBlue, Wendy's, Goldman Sachs and More

SINA Corp. : “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer says he won't recommend any Chinese stocks other than search engine Baidu.

American Capital : Cramer weighed in with lukewarm support. "Buy Solar Capital," he said.

Wendy's : Sell. "Not when we have something so good as McDonald's," Cramer said. "Why do we have to go down in the food chain?"

JetBlue : Sell. "I will never recommend airlines on this show," he said.

Linn Energy : Buy. Along with Dominion, “both good income producers. Both make sense to me," Cramer said.

Goldman Sachs : Sell. "I'm not recommending any finance."

ConocoPhillips : Buy ahead of the company's announced split-up.

Procter & Gamble : Cost-cutting and good management makes this a buy, Cramer said.

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters : "Too controversial for this guy," he said.

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