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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" on
CNBC last night:
(GTI - Get Report): "This is an industrial which needs a resolution in Washington. Be careful."
(AMT - Get Report)
: "I wish it would pull back so we can buy some. This is one of the best stories out there."
: "I like the stock. If it goes lower it has nothing to do with the company's outlook."
(EXEL - Get Report)
: "I like it. That's an excellent choice for a speculative stock."
: "No, no. It has no gain."
(NVDA - Get Report)
: "That stock is doing absolutely nothing. It has no catalyst."
(SPH - Get Report)
: "The propane business is so competitive. Be careful with that stock."
(CRUS - Get Report)
: "It's OK and I think it can go higher, but if you want a play off
then go buy Apple."
(PSX - Get Report)
: "I like that stock and I would buy it right here."
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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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