Jim Cramer took on random stock questions from callers, and provided his best advice in the Lightning Round:
Exelon Corporation: "I think Exelon has got it together. I was very confused, initially I was worried about ... the other mergers, but a 4 percent yield with some growth? Buy, buy, buy. Exelon is for me."
The Carlyle Group: "That yield may be a bit of a loser. I don't know if they can maintain that, so you have to be careful. It does seem undervalued to me but if you want to own it for yield, you have to be careful because I don't know whether they can back that up and it's a very opaque situation."
Intuitive Surgical: "The stock has come down enough ... The quarter was fine. The guys are pressing it down. It was a good quarter, it's come down enough. I would pull the trigger. I like Intuitive Surgical. I didn't see any inflection to the negative in that conference call."
Scorpio Tankers: "Not recommending any of the crude tankers after the disaster that was Nordic American."
JetBlue Airways Corp: "It's got a lot of competition, it doesn't have the routes that you necessarily want. It's a little bit more expensive, that's why I've liked United Continental and Southwest Air."
Cyprus Semiconductor: "Cypress Semi is inexpensive, but I don't know a catalyst to make it start going up again. That's a little disappointing, but I call it like it is."
Ascena Retail Group: "I can't give up on it at $4, but boy that last quarter was just awful. If it goes up a little bit, maybe, but what can I say? It was just not good."
Ophthotech Corp: "Let me do more work on it. The stock doesn't fall 53 percent for nothing, but let me do more work."