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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:

JPMorgan Chase ( JPM): "This is a bank that is so on its game. I wish that Jamie Dimon would merge with Citigroup ( C). ... When Chuck Prince decides that he is ready to roll leave , Citi goes to 60." Cramer owns Citigroup for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust .

Jones Soda ( JSDA): "Bullish at 12 , we caught the double. ... We are not pulling the trigger now. Why? There's too much hot money in Jones."

Melco PBL Entertainment ( MPEL): "Here it is at 14, and I still dislike it. I say ixnay on the Melconay."

Kookmin Bank ( KB): "4% yield, tremendous growth ... the growth that Chuck Prince dreams about. I say Kookmin is still a buy."

Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ): "Only reason why it's up where it is is because Warren Buffett keeps buying the stock." Cramer said that historically if you buy a stock the day Buffett announces he did, "you have severely underperformed the S&P. ... J&J has been reduced to a pitiful, helpless giant. ... They have had a terrible run with the anemia drug. ... I say use the strength to sell to the power of nine."

Golden Star Resources ( GSS): "Every single gold stock is down. ... Every one of these gold stocks is trading together. I would pick my spots and start buying some more. ... Time to buy some. Don't forget Yamana ( AUY)."

Syntax-Brillian ( BRLC): "Sell it nine ways to Sunday."

National Oilwell Varco ( NOV): "This stock is at 90. ... I am going to advise you to take a little off. ... Only rig maker left in this country, and I think that stock is going higher. But I am a prudent man. ... I want to take a little off the table."

Raytheon ( RTN): "The cheapest of defense stocks. ... This company is so darn cheap, and they're getting out of the extraneous business ... they're buying back stock. ... I think he's CEO William Swanson a moneymaker ... going to 60."

Nymex ( NMX): "I like the Merc very much."

Volcano ( VOLC): "When you're 3 points off the high, I can't call that the House of Pain. ... I think Volcano is a terrific play."

Monster Worldwide ( MNST): "One of these days ... newspaper companies are gonna come to their senses" and buy Monster for the classified ads before Google ( GOOG) does. "I want you to hold onto it."

Cramer also was bullish on Wynn Resorts ( WYNN), Kinross Gold ( KGC), Superior Energy ( SPN),

Halliburton ( HAL) and Zimmer ( ZMH).

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Citigroup.

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