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Cramer's lightning round: The short on ContextLogic is 'too high'

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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.

ContextLogic: "Forty-four percent of the float is shorted. That's way too high. I bet you could have a bit of a run, here."

Veru: "It's come down a lot ... I think it's overly done ... I am, without a doubt, a believer in the company."

Natera: "I'm going to back yours because ... it can make another company — acquisition-hungry company — a nice piece of change."

Suncor Energy: "We're going to be tough on Suncor I think in this country. I think we're getting tough on all the Canadians ... This is an area where the president seems to not want to let [Canada's] oil and gas come into our [oil and gas] and it worries me. It worries me a lot because I like free trade."

Flowers Foods: "I'm not so sure I can endorse this one. It's a cut-throat business."

MicroVision: "I'd rather be on the long side of that one than the short side, which many people are. ... I think you've got a good one, but remember: it's a tiger by the tail."

U.S. Bancorp: "Look, I think it's fine. I mean, this or JPMorgan or Bank of America. They're all fine to me, they just don't do it for me."

Cramer's lightning round: The short on ContextLogic is 'too high'
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Cramer's lightning round: The short on ContextLogic is 'too high'

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