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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Thursday evening.
Iconix Brands(ICON - Get Report): "(NKE) reported a bad number and that'll take down all the apparel plays. We're going to hold off on that one."
Golden Star Resources(GSS): "I'm not recommending gold stocks right here. You need to let them come in. There will be a time to jump back in, but now is not that time."
Boeing(BA - Get Report): "You want to own Boeing. They've got a big cycle coming and it's going to be terrific."
McDonald's(MCD - Get Report): "That stock is at $73 and yields 3.3%. I'd love to get it at 4% but it probably won't get there. I give it a triple buy."
Verizon(VZ - Get Report): "You want to hold this one. They yield 5.5%. I say VZ works here."
Seabridge Gold(SA): "No, no. We're going to let the gold miners come in. This is not the time to buy them. "
Apple(AAPL - Get Report): "I'm not a seller of Apple. I'm more inclined to buy more. The stock is going to be stuck here. Tech is not right here; other sectors are more right."
Kodiak Oil & Gas(KOG): "It's a buy. I like it."
MedcoHealth Solutions(MHS): "My charitable trust sold it. I don't like these kinds of stories. It's time to go."
AT&T(T - Get Report): "I like AT&T very much. Is it as good as
Verizon(VZ - Get Report)? No, but it's still good."
--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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