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Lightning Round: Prefer this over Buffett's pick

It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gives his take on a few favorite audience stocks:

American Movil SAB: "Too hard, no. If you want telco, just go with Verizon and get that yield. That's too hard with American Movil, you don't know what's going to happen down there. "

Bank of America: "I am concerned about the bank stress test, but this is the fourth largest position for Warren Buffett. He makes note of it and he says he likes it. That said, I like his other big bank. I'm a Wells Fargo fan. That's what my charitable trust owns and I wish it were even bigger. "

Micron Technology: "I think Micron's having a decent quarter, but a lot of people think it's too tied to PCs. Anything PC after Hewlett-Packard worries me. I'm technically worried about Microsoft more than I am about Micron. So I am in the don't buy category. You can hold it, but I'm a little nervous about it.

Mattress Firm Holdings Corp: "With a 52-week high today, that's more of a betting company than I like. And don't forget that when you want to do betting, you go with Home Depot or Lowe's. "

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Q2 Holdings: "That came public at a particularly good time that a lot of others came public. I need to do more work on it because it's cloud based, and I'm not sure."

Merrimack Pharmaceuticals: "We like them! That was one of our spec pharma picks. We still continue to like it. I think it's in real good shape. You have a good one in Merrimack, we still like it."

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