'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Plug Power, Coinbase, Pool Corp.

Jim Cramer’s bullish on Plug Power and Coinbase, but says Inovio Pharmaceuticals hasn't delivered yet.
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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" Wednesday evening:

Plug Power  (PLUG) - Get Report: "If you believe in hydrogen power, then Plug is the winner. I don't like those accounting issues, though. Any accounting irregularity equals sell."

CoinBase  (COIN) - Get Report: "I think the stock can head higher. "

Leslie's LESL: "I'll see Leslie and raise you with Pool Corp  (POOL) - Get Report which is the better company."

Ocugen  (OCGN) - Get Report: "This is a heavily shorted meme stock. I don't know what's going on there."

Inovio Pharmaceuticals  (INO) - Get Report: "That's a speculative stock that hasn't delivered."

Kellogg  (K) - Get Report: "I think you should not own Kellogg. Mondelez International  (MDLZ) - Get Report is a better play."

Read the full story from Wednesday's show, Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Ford, AMD. Cramer interviewed Jim Farley, CEO of Ford ( (F) - Get Report); Jim Loree, CEO of Stanley Black & Decker  (SWK) - Get Report; David Gibbs, CEO of Yum! Brands  (YUM) - Get Report; and Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com  (CRM) - Get Report.

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