'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Fastly, Taiwan Semiconductor

Jim Cramer’s bullish on Fastly and Taiwan Semi, but wants to see Nio come down.
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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:

Fastly  (FSLY) - Get Report: "This is a high multiple stock but I wouldn't sell it here."

Taiwan Semiconductor  (TSM) - Get Report: "You're in good shape there. I would buy it at these levels."

Retractable Technologies  (RVP) - Get Report: "This kind of stock is not going to be working here and I would not be a buyer."

Canoo  (GOEV) - Get Report: "Another EV play. This group has become very tough and there are easier ways to make money"

Nio  (NIO) - Get Report: "This one needs to come down. These stocks are too expensive."

Plug Power  (PLUG) - Get Report: "I love hydrogen power but we need them to come on and tell us what's going on."

Read the full Mad Money Recap from Monday's show, Booster Shot: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap. Cramer interviewed Rick McVey, chairman and CEO of MarketAxess  (MKTX) - Get Report; Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings  (NCLH) - Get Report; and Ken Taylor, founder and CEO of the privately held Director Search, a company looking to shake up how companies find new board members.

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