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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" last night:
(WLL - Get Report): "I think that oil is going higher and that company will be hard-pressed to stay independent."
(MDT - Get Report)
: " I don't think they have enough in their portfolio for growth. I like
(BDX - Get Report)
, which has lagged the others."
The Geo Group
(GEO - Get Report)
: "These are difficult for me to gauge. I would take some profits there."
(HAIN - Get Report)
: "I think the shorts are all over this stock. I think that Hain is doing well, although I prefer
Whole Foods Markets
(WFM - Get Report)
. Ultimately, Hain goes higher."
: "No, that was a much-hyped stock and I haven't liked it for quite some time. I'm staying away."
: "This is an overrated stock. It's not one of my favorites. I don't like the stock and it's not one I want you in."
: "That one is done. I do like
, but they're in a difficult transaction for the next few months."
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