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Lightning Round: Coca-Cola, Fluor, Ashland and More

Coca-Cola : Cramer likes Coca-Cola. He would still hold onto it.

Fluor : FLR builds a lot of refineries, and therefore it is a buy, the "Mad Money" said.

Ashland : Ashland is "okay. Not great, not bad," Cramer said. He doesn't see a catalyst, but thinks it is a decent company.

Broadcom : Cramer thinks BRCM can trade back up to $32, $33. He would buy.

Ferrellgas : Sell this name, Cramer said. He will not recommend propane stocks because the business is too "cut throat."

NextEra Energy : NEE hit its 52-week high Wednesday. Cramer recommends selling.

MagnaChip Semiconductor : This is a cheap stock. He's willing to bless it as a speculative play.

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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Broadcom, Coca-Cola and Fluor.

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