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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Wednesday evening:
(NLY - Get Report): "I don't want to recommend this stock right now even though I like it very much."
Baytex Energy Trust
(BTE - Get Report): "Here's the problem. It's Canadian and I don't want to be there."
(SREV - Get Report)
: "I like anything involved with health care, but it is up 100% so don't be greedy."
: "I like the chemical stocks very much. I think they're a buy with this recovery going on."
(XONE - Get Report)
: "The 3D stocks are all speculative. They're all expensive."
(PSA - Get Report)
: "I liked these before but they don't have the yield that I want and I don't like the way they're performing."
: "I'm not quite sure. There's not a lot of upside but potentially a lot of downside. Let's ring the register."
(XOM - Get Report)
: "I see no reason to be in Exxon. I'd rather be in
(CVX - Get Report)
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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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