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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.



: "This has always been one of my favorites. A lot of people are worried about Germany but I'm not."


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: "That is in one tough area. I have to say don't buy. You have to be careful."


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: "Cummins will profit off a major new cycle for trucks. As soon as China is done raising rates, this one tacks on 15 points."

Acme Packet

( APKT): "This is one of the last Internet stocks that are still hanging in there. I like this one and also

Network Appliance

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Lululemon Athletica

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: "That downgrade was pretty powerful. I don't agree with the sell call, but costs might be a problem. Maybe it's time to take some profits."

KKR Financial Holdings


: "We've been behind this one for awhile. It's an inexpensive stock with a good yield. "


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: "No, no. I'm not recommending Chinese stocks. I like

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as an investment and

Sina Corp

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as a trade. That's it."

Phillips-Van Heusen

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: "I'm less concerned about them as I am about

Polo-Ralph Lauren

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. I think they can source their cotton better. I'm sticking with them."

--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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