Jim Cramer's lightning round: Air Lease, NetSuite, Rite Aid and more

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: This is a well-run company, Cramer said. He's a buyer.

J.C. Penney: Given the troubles this retailer has faced, Cramer recommends selling on any pop.

Edwards Lifesciences: Cramer thinks this company has "great science" but that St. Jude Medical is better in terms of execution.

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Chesapeake Energy: Hold onto this stock for now, Cramer said. If it goes higher, though, he recommends selling. After all, he prefers EOG Resources.

Air Lease: This stock is "not bad," Cramer said.

NetSuite: Cramer would rather invest in Salesforce.com.

Rite Aid: This pharmacy operator is "not as bad as it used to be," so Cramer recommends buying.

Barracuda Networks: Citing concerns about competition, Cramer will pass on this stock.

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