Lightning Round: Zagg, Activision Blizzard, Baker Hughes and More

Zagg : Cramer wouldn't buy this stock.

Activision Blizzard : The "Mad Money" host doesn't want to touch any of the gaming stocks. He thinks they're overvalued.

Viacom : The momentum is coming out of this stock, Cramer said. Don't own it.

Baker Hughes : Cramer prefers Schlumberger and Ensco .

Vivus : The gain has already been made, Cramer said. Ring the register.

Hershey : Raw costs are going down and sales going up, Cramer said. "What's not to like? Hershey is good to go," he said.

Pitney Bowes : Cramer no longer trusts the dividend. He wants to have the company back on to dig deeper.

Tech Data : Cramer thinks Avnet is the better play.

Check Point Software Technologies : This name has strong momentum and is a good company, Cramer said.

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Ensco and Schlumberger.

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