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Lightning Round: Edwards Lifesciences, MarkWest Energy Partners, VirnetX and More

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012 | 6:47 PM ET

Edwards Lifesciences : Cramer remains bullish on this medical company's stock.

MarkWest Energy Partners : This energy stock is making a comeback, Cramer said. He remains bullish on MWE.

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

VirnetX : This stock has put up huge gains, Cramer said. While he had questioned it in the past, Cramer said he's now a believer in VHC.

Exelixis : Although a speculative stock, Cramer is a buyer of EXEL.

Alaska Air Group : While Cramer used to like this airline, he now prefers US Airways .

Kinross Gold : When it comes to gold, Cramer prefers the SPDR Gold Shares exchange-traded fund.

Skyworks Solutions : Ring the register on this tech stock, Cramer said. Should it fall to $20 a share, however, he would buy again.

Polycom : The video conferencing business is tough right now, Cramer said. Don't buy.

Facebook : Given the social network's mobile advertising business is struggling, Cramer recommends avoiding FB.

ConcoPhillips COP: Cramer wants to pull the trigger on this oil and gas stock. He likes its juicy dividend yield.

(RELATED: Cramer's Top Dividend Stocks)

Read on for Wednesday's 4 Stocks to Watch

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