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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Monday evening:

Diageo

(DEO) - Get Report

"No, no, you're still up a great deal. ... You've done way better than I did. I say lock in some gains here. SellSellSell. ... I'd ring the register Diageo."

AirMedia Group

(AMCN)

: "This company's way too dangerous for me. SellSellSell. ... If I'm gonna buy a Chinese stock, it's gotta look a lot like an American stock."

RPM International

(RPM) - Get Report

: "Man, you're absolutely right, that has a great yield. ... It has a great group of brand names. ... It might not work right now, but you pick up that dividend while you wait. ... Very smart."

Citrix Systems

(CTXS) - Get Report

: "My take is Citrix is too high. ... I think you should get out of that stock. We have a lot of cheaper tech stocks that you should get in, and in that I include

Intel

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,

Microsoft

(MSFT) - Get Report

and

Cisco

(CSCO) - Get Report

."

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Baidu.com

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: "Baidu has now come down tremendously. I think if you like China, you can start buying Baidu back. ... Buy 25 every 25 points down. We have to leg into into anything we buy here. We cannot buy all at once."

Research In Motion

( RIMM): "We recommended taking half of RIM off. ... Not yet, I want even more weakness

before buying more. ... I see RIM at $102 and do I salivate? Not yet. I like it at $80 or $90."

AT&T

(T) - Get Report

: "Of all the stocks that I'm looking at, the one that intrigues me is AT&T at $38. I think you buy some AT&T here. ... If it goes down to $35, we buy even more. I think AT&T's a buy right here."

BE Aerospace

(BEAV)

: "BE Aerospace is a stock we like. It's caught a 100% gain. Any stock that is up that much is for sale. ... If I owned BEAV, I would lock in some gains and then buy it back lower. ... If I had 100 shares, I'd take 50 off the table."

Mattel

(MAT) - Get Report

: "I like

Jakks Pacific

(JAKK) - Get Report

more. I think Jakks is cheaper. Mattel might have a problem because of all the bad publicity."

Riverbed Technology

(RVBD)

: "No, not with Cisco down all the way. ... I'd rather see you in Cisco. ... I'm going with Cisco."

KHD Humboldt Wedag International

( KHD): "That's a foreign infrastructure play. I've got so many domestic infrastructure plays that've been crushed. ... If I wanted to buy infrastructure, I'd start right here with

Aecom

(ACM) - Get Report

and

Foster Wheeler

(FWLT)

. ... Aecom is really cheap here."

MEMC Electronic Materials

(WFR)

: "I think that everyone is saying this is an oil stock and oil is coming down. ... If I want solar, I'd rather be in

First Solar

(FSLR) - Get Report

than WFR. That's a better bet."

Cisco Systems

: "Cisco I think is right here. ... I would buy half my Cisco position here. ... I want to stick with Cisco."

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At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned.

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