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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" Thursday evening:
(FB): "I think Facebook is fine. They have more upside."
(EZPW): "Pawn shops don't do well when the economy is getting better. I would move up into Tiffany & Co
(TIF) on a pullback."
: "I don't like the parts makers right here, but I'll says that Skyworks is the best for phones and Micron Technology
is the best for PCs."
: "This is a wild trader. I think the future is bright. I'd buy it in stages and buy it lower."
: "I want to take a little off the table."
: "I like Lockheed. They're very well run. "
Alliance Fiber Optic Products
: "The fiber business is tough. I don't want to own it."
: "This was a terrific company at one time but now it's too hard to own. I'm not recommending it."
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