Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:
Bank of America (BAC) : "This is an inexpensive stock. If it comes down, you buy more."
YY (YY) : "I don't like the stock. Let's take a pass."
Okta (OKTA) : "I think they're a great company. They're good for the long term. "
Sarepta Therapeutics (SRPT) : "I like Sarepta. I'm not backing away from it. "
Wendy's (WEN) : "The management is good and that's a good long-term situation. "
ADT (ADT) : "No. I'm not a fan. It's been bad ever since they came public. Don't touch it."
New Residential Investment (NRZ) : "We have no idea what they own. I'm not going there."
First Interstate Bancshares (FIBK) : "It's cheap enough but it only yield 3% and that's too low."
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