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Lightning Round: Coinstar, Threshold Pharmaceuticals, NCR and More

Coinstar : Coinstar, the company that owns the Redbox kiosks that offer self-service DVD rentals, is "too controversial" for Cramer. He said it has a "battleground stock," meaning it's very volatile.

Threshold Pharmaceuticals : Cramer is bullish on this biotechnology firm, which develops drugs for patients living with cancer. He considers it a speculative stock, though.

NCR : This ATM maker has finally turned things around, Cramer said. He's a buyer.

SPDR Gold Shares : The "Mad Money" host remains bullish on this exchange-traded fund and recommends picking up shares below the $150 level.

AGCO : Cramer thinks this farm and construction machinery maker's stock is too risky.

World Wrestling Entertainment : This professional wrestling company has "no growth whatsoever," Cramer said.

Heckmann : Cramer can only recommend this oil and gas play for the long-term.

Sprint Nextel : "Something is going on at Sprint," Cramer said. "It's either a turn in the business or a takeover. Both are real good. Do not sell."

Freeport-McMoRan : Wait until this stock drops below $30 a share before buying, Cramer said.

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