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Lightning Round: Zynga, Abbott Laboratories, JetBlue and More

Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 | 7:20 PM ET

Zynga : Zynga should have been priced at $8, Cramer said. He sees no momentum here and doesn't want to touch it.

Lightning Round
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

Abbott Laboratories : The "Mad Money" host likes its yield and can't say enough good things about the company.

LinkedIn : Cramer doesn't want to own this stock.

RF Micro Devices : Cramer doesn't want to own tech right here. "It is not working," he said.

Newcastle Investment : Cramer prefers Annaly Capital Management , but he promised to look further into the real estate investment trusts to see if he can find anything better than NLY.

Olin : This company has always been a flatliner, Cramer said. There's not a lot to it.

JetBlue Airways : This is not investable because it's an airline, Cramer said. The only airline stock Cramer can get behind is Alaska Air , but because ALK has been flying lately, he wouldn't chase it.

Fifth Third Bancorp : Cramer said he likes the Ohio banks. He likes Huntington Bancshares a liittle more than Fifth Third Bancorp.

CME Group : Cramer doesn't want to own this stock. The margins are going to be constricted and ther are too many companies "duking it out" in this space.









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