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) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to sayabout some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad MoneyLightning Round" Monday evening.

Triquint Semiconductor


: "This is a key player in the mobile Internet tsunami; pull the trigger."

AK Steel Holding

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: "I like the steel business, but I'm also looking at

Walter Industries


for the shortage in metallurgical coal as a side bet."

Akamai Technologies

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: "I like Akamai. That's also part of the mobile tsunami."

Hawaiian Electric

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: "I've been bearish too long. I like that 5% yield. I think we're bottoming and it's got a lot of different subsidiaries. "

Devon Energy

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: "These are natural gas plays, and you'll be underperforming without gas prices increasing or help from Washington in the near future."

Inverness Medical

( IMA): "All these stocks have stopped running and I'm not touching it."


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: "I wrote this one off, but it's having a run. I'm getting behind it."

Nabors Industries

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: "No edge. I like

Weatherford Int'l

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. I think that one is much better at $16 than Nabors at $19."



: "I missed a lot of this move, but I'm sticking with it. "

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington

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At the time of publication, Cramer was not long any stock mentioned.

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