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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" Thursday evening:


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: "I want you to double down on that stock. That's part of a group I really like right now."

Prospect Capital

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: "This one's not for me. I'm not going down that road."

Wendy's International

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: "I wanted to recommend this one, but I can't find a reason to pull the trigger."

First Niagara Financial


: "You buy more. This, along with

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International Business Machines

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: "I would not sell IBM stock. That one is hot as a pistol. "

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MGM Mirage

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: "We're not casino people. You need to sell that one right away."

The Blackstone Group

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: "This is an interesting speculative play. I think it's better than

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Duke Energy

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: "No, Duke is too hard. I feel like that's just a coal play that's not moving."

Waste Management

( WMI): "I'm a huge believer in Waste Management. The fact it's at $27 a share is a travesty. "

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