Lightning Round: Bravo Brio Restaurant, Fidelity National Financial, Belden and More

Monday, 27 Feb 2012 | 7:02 PM ET

Bravo Brio Restaurant : Cramer prefers "radical growth" names like Panera Bread or Chipotle Mexican Grill , as well as Yum! Brands , which is a "stable growth" name.

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

Kinder Morgan Energy Parnters : The "Mad Money" host likes this master limited partnership name, which he owns for his charitable trust.

Fidelity National Financial : While Cramer thinks FNF is "not bad," he noted that Warren Buffett like Wells Fargo . "I'm not going to disagree with that man," he said.

Frontier Communcation : Cramer would "sell, sell, sell."

Stayer Education : Cramer doesn't think for-profit education is a decent place to be for the next few years.

HollyFrontier : Hold this name, Cramer said. He's not crazy about the refiners, but he doesn't think they're so bad that you have to get rid of them. However, he'd prefer something with a higher yield.

Belden : This is a good housing and construction play, Cramer said. He thinks non-residential construction is going to be coming back.

BreitBurn Energy Partners : Cramer wants to do research before deciding if the dividend is safe. He'll report back at a later date.

Call Cramer: 1-800-743-CNBC

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Yum! Brands and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners.

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