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Cramer's lightning round: Nokia had a decent quarter

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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.

Opko Health: "It's problematic because you have BioReference, and that's calming down because of the pandemic, and then you have all these other great things that they've got that they've got to start talking about, but they don't want to come on the show, so I have to say, 'pass.'"

Boston Omaha: "I'm going to say, 'hard pass.'"

WD-40: "Penalty box! That last quarter was a miss. There's no denying it. It is an unlikely thing for WD-40 ... I'm going to put it in the penalty box. Two majors, that means I need to see two more quarters."

UP Fintech: "I say it's nay."

MP Materials: "If you want to hold it long-term I think there's real value here, but short-term you know it's a part of a whole cohort of stocks that nobody can get rid of and it doesn't matter what they make, and that's the problem with MP."

Nokia: "Nokia had a decent quarter, and so did Erickson, by the way. I'm giving you a twofer."

Marathon: "I like Conoco — I added that one — and I like Chevron in the majors, and then I still like, by the way, Pioneer is terrific."

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Cramer's lightning round: Nokia had a decent quarter

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