'Mad Money Lightning Round': Hang on to Cree

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Monday evening.

Northern Dynasty Minerals ( NAK): "Interesting gold stock. I like gold. Is it my favorite? No, but I'll say that's a good gold spec because I like gold so much."

GeoResources ( GEOI): "This is an oil and gas play and it's risky. I'm going to send you to Ultra Petroleum ( UPL)."

Bank of America ( BAC): "Everybody hates Bank of America and I think that's wrong. These guys own the mortgage market. I would pull the trigger right here."

Cree ( CREE): "I want you to let it run. I think Cree is having a good quarter. I think you can hold onto it."

Cheniere Energy ( LNG): "This is a terrific spec. We have way too much natural gas. "

Deere & Company ( DE): "I'm a buyer of Deere. Deere is inexpensive."

Landstar System ( LSTR): "This is a transport. I like it. It's in bull-market mode."

Intel ( INTC): "We got a downgrade today. I think the selling of Intel is wrong. They have a 3% yield and a great balance sheet. The analyst is wrong. I'm a buyer of Intel."

--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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