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'Mad Money Lightning Round': Go With

Cramer says the stock is expensive but always goes higher.
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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:


: "This is one that always confounds me. It's always expensive, but it always goes higher. Anyone who wants growth with some risk, that's the one to own."

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Johnson & Johnson


: "People do not want to own this stock coming out of a recession. I would not sell this one if you have a long-term outlook. Short term, it's not going to do anything."

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Corn Products International


: "I think this is a cheap stock and is a good value. I wouldn't get rid of it."

Plum Creek Timber


: "That yield is not good enough. I'm going to send you to

Enterprise Products Partners


which had a magnificent quarter. That's a dynamite play; check it out."

Linn Energy


: "This is an exploration and production company. I don't think any of these companies can make money with natural gas this cheap."

National Oilwell Varco


: "Nobody liked the quarter last week. If you want natural gas, you want






. NOV is over-valued."

PPL Corp


: "That yield is just OK. Why not go with

Consolidated Edison



Dominion Resources


. Those are two of my favorite utilities."



: "I'm not a big believer. I like

Terra Nitrogen


. It's at $129 but its the only ag stock I'm getting behind. "

Fresh Del Monte Produce


: "I think

Hershey Foods


is the food stock to own right here. It's got momentum, and it tastes good too."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long ConocoPhillips.

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