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'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Regeneron, Bumble, Plug Power

Jim Cramer’s bullish on Regeneron and Bumble, but says we need to get to the bottom of Plug Power's accounting issues.
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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" Tuesday evening:

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals  (REGN) - Get Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. Report: "It's time to start pushing their COVID therapy."

Bumble  (BMBL) - Get Bumble Inc. Report: "I'm a believer. The stock is down. That's a good one."

Chicago Mercantile Exchange  (CME) - Get CME Group Inc. Report: "I like CME very much. I also like Coinbase."

Plug Power  (PLUG) - Get Plug Power Inc. Report: "Plug Power had accounting issues and we need to get to the bottom of them."

Karuna Therapeutics  (KRTX) - Get Karuna Therapeutics Inc. Report: "This is decent speculative stock. They're trying to solve a very difficult disease. "

Weyerhaeuser  (WY) - Get Weyerhaeuser Company Report: "It's finally moving. Lumber is red hot right now. "

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Aphria  (APHA) - Get Aphria Inc Report: "That was not a great quarter. I'd be a seller. "

Read the full story from Tuesday's show, Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Johnson & Johnson, Applied Materials. Read what Cramer had to say about Wednesday's highly anticipated direct listing of Coinbase, which will trade under the symbol COIN. Coinbase is a great company with terrific management, he says, but it's coming to market at the worst possible time.

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