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NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- 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.

Navistar

(NAV) - Get Report

: "I think the world of Navistar. I think this is a 2010 story and not a 2009 story. "

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

: "I think that its CEO has set the bar too high and now she's set to disappoint. I'm going to say don't buy."

Coinstar

(CSTR) - Get Report

: "They have these kiosks that everyone likes and they're practically a monopoly. I think the quarter will be there and I like the stock."

United States Steel

(X) - Get Report

: "This has had a monster move off the bottom. However at these prices, I like

Nucor

(NUE) - Get Report

a lot more. Swap out of yours for mine."

EMCOR Group

(EME) - Get Report

: "If you frame it as a recovery play rebounding on its 2010 earnings, then I'll say OK."

Hanesbrands

(HBI) - Get Report

: "It's a little expensive. I'm going to say don't buy and go with

VF Corp

(VFC) - Get Report

, which is a higher quality name."

Gran Tierra Energy

(GTE) - Get Report

: "No, no. We have

XTO Energy

( XTO),

Apache

(APA) - Get Report

and

Anadarko Petroleum

(APC) - Get Report

that are all better than yours."

Oracle

(ORCL) - Get Report

: "I'm liking that one. I'd like to be a buyer right here on that one."

Cypress Semiconductor

(CY) - Get Report

: "It's at the heart of my mobile Internet tsunami. I'd pull the trigger right here."

Dell

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: "That was not a good quarter and I think it's stalled here. There are too many other great tech plays."

Thompson Creek Metal

(TC) - Get Report

: "That stock has moved ahead of itself and I wouldn't put my money there."

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington

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