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Lightning Round: McDonald's, Opko Health, Heckmann and More

McDonald's : Cramer is bullish on this fast food restaurant chain operator. When it comes to restaurant stocks, though, he likes Domino's Pizza the best.

Opko Health : Hold onto this stock, Cramer said. He has a lot of faith in the company's executives.

Heckmann : "The President lately has been saying some good things about fracking. Can you believe it," Cramer said. "So I think Heckmann works and I would hold onto it."*

Cabot Oil & Gas : The low price for natural gas is hurting nat gas companies, Cramer noted. EOG Resources has done a great job of concentrating less on natural gas and focusing more on oil, so he'd rather buy EOG.

Walter Energy : Cramer doesn't particularly like WLT, but wouldn't sell it either because he thinks it may have bottomed.













*UPDATE regarding Heckmann (HEK) for Wednesday, January 18, 2012

"Last night a caller asked about HEK and I mentioned that there might be a secondary. We heard from the company today and while they did file and go effective with a shelf registration, it is for acquisitons only," Cramer said Wednesday. "They are not doing a secondary and are not considering one at this time. They tell us they have all the firepower they need."

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