Mad Money Lightning Round: Chevron, Nokia, Pioneer Natural Resources

Jim Cramer’s bullish on Nokia, and Chevron, but he's taking a pass on Boston Omaha and WD-40.
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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 Friday evening:

Nokia  (NOK) - Get Report: "They had a good quarter. So did LM Ericsson  (ERIC) - Get Report."

Marathon Oil  (MRO) - Get Report: "I like Chevron  (CVX) - Get Report and Pioneer Natural Resources  (PXD) - Get Report."

Opko Health  (OPK) - Get Report: "This is problematic. I say pass."

Boston Omaha  (BOMN) - Get Report: "This is a conglomerate of a bunch of things. I say hard pass."

WD-40  (WDFC) - Get Report: "That last quarter was horrible. They're in the penalty box."

UP Fintech Holding  (TIGR) - Get Report: "That's Chinese fintech. No way."

MP Materials MP: "This is a SPAC and short term it's going to be bad. Longer term, it'll work out."

Read the full story from Friday's show, Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Lordstown Motors, Intuit, Costco. Cramer interviewed Kevin Hourican, president and CEO of food distributor Sysco  (SYY) - Get Report; and Mark McClain, co-founder and CEO of cybersecurity company SailPoint Technologies  (SAIL) - Get Report.

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