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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" Monday evening:
(LNKD): "I think the Yelp
(YELP) run signals that LinkedIn is going higher."
Dr Pepper Snapple
(DPS): "I prefer Pepsico
(PEP). They have beverage and snacks."
Alon USA Partners
: "I'd go with HollyFrontier
. That's my favorite. Valero Energy
would be my second. "
: "I've walked away. They haven't delivered. I like Magnum Hunter Resources
: "I think it keeps going higher. I also like Masco
: "No. I walked away from Annaly. That business is too hard and we don't know what they own."
: "I think you should use the weakness in Starbucks to buy, buy, buy and not sell, sell, sell."
Bank of America
: "I think this is the bank for 2014."
: "I think it's right. I feel comfortable to buy."
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