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Lightning Round: Citigroup, Disney, Teva Pharma and More

SanDisk : “SanDisk is a hot, smoking stock,” Cramer said, “and it’s not done.” He likes it as a play on the mobile Internet and thinks SNDK “could go to the $50s.”

Citigroup : “I think it goes much higher,” Cramer said. Cramer thinks Citi could be at $12 by the end of 2012.

Sprint Nextel : Cramer thinks Sprint could hit $5 in this speculation-friendly market, but he’d rather see investors in AT&T and Verizon .

Teva Pharmaceuticals : Cramer is bullish on TEVA. He thinks it goes to $75.

Research in Motion : Cramer thinks RIMM could take out its high, so he recommended buying the stock.

MaxLiner : Go with Skyworks Solutions instead, Cramer said.

Disney : “This stock is headed to the mid-$50s,” Cramer said, “over a two-year period.”

BB&T : Cramer is bullish on BBT, and he thinks the stock will climb to $40.

Cramer’s charitable trust owns Teva Pharmaceuticals.

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