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Cramer's lightning round: CVS is a 'bad stock' waiting on a vaccine

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  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

First Horizon National: "It's a bank, and the banks — the only thing people want is fintech, they just won't own fin. And First Horizon is doing incredibly well, but nobody seems to care."

Tortoise Acquisition: "These are these blank-check companies. They get the money, they do what they want with it. Other than Utz ... I've not been in favor of these, frankly, because I don't have any sort of real feel for them."

CVS Health: "I think I made a mistake when I bought CVS for my charitable trust. I'm trying to go over that. ... I don't want to rationalize a bad stock. I do belive when there's a vaccine it will go higher."

Columbia Financial: "It's a financial. Again, I mean I know I sound like a broken record, but remember I don't like the oils and I don't like financials."

GoHealth: "Insurance company, health insurer — those won't go up until after the election's over,so you're going to have to do some holding on."

At Home: "The stock is up like 200%, but I felt like [CEO Lee Bird] told a compelling story and I don't think it's over. Maybe $14 [or] $15 you can buy some."

Cintas Corp.: "I love Cintas."

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Cramer's lightning round: CVS is a 'bad stock' waiting on a vaccine

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of CVS Health.

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