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'Mad Money' Lightning Round: UnitedHealth or Oscar Health?

Jim Cramer gave buy and sell recommendations during his Lightning Round segment on Mad Money. Cramer is bullish on UnitedHealth Group and Align Technologies.
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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" Thursday evening:

Oscar Health  (OSCR) - Get Oscar Health, Inc. Class A Report: "I don't need this one when I have UnitedHealth Group  (UNH) - Get UnitedHealth Group Incorporated Report hitting it out of the park."

Align Technology  (ALGN) - Get Align Technology, Inc. Report: "This is the ultimate selfie stock. Everyone wants to look good and Align helps you do it."

Inseego  (INSG) - Get Inseego Corp. Report: "This stock keeps going lower. Down here I don't want you to sell it, but it's too early to buy."

Luminar Technologies  (LAZR) - Get Luminar Technologies, Inc. Class A Report: "I'm a little gun-shy on self-driving cars. I'll call that a long-term stock."

Tattooed Chef TTCF: "I think this has a good brand name and I'm for it."

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