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Mad Money Lightning Round: Bank of America,, More

Jim Cramer says Bank of America is what people want, but he can't recommend or JFrog.
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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 Wednesday evening:

Bank of America  (BAC) - Get Bank of America Corporation Report: "This is the kind of stock people want. Let it come down a little."  (STMP) - Get Inc. Report: "I think you should sell it. There are better stocks out there."

Cemex  (CX) - Get Cemex S.A.B. de C.V. Sponsored ADR Report: "This is always a cheap stock that never seems to recover. I'd buy a little at $6 a share."

JFrog  (FROG) - Get JFrog Ltd. Report: "They did not blow away the numbers. I can't go with JFrog or even DataDog  (DDOG) - Get Datadog Inc. Report."

Devon Energy  (DVN) - Get Devon Energy Corporation Report: "I don't like the oils but their CEO is a smart man."

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