'Mad Money Lightning Round': Running From Sprint

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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:

Sprint Nextel ( S): "They still need to put up so much capital to rebuild their network. I don't want to own the common stock. I may consider a senior security but not the common."

MEMC Electronics ( WFR): "There's nothing there. This is all about solar chips and there's nothing there."

Cliffs Natural Resources ( CLF): "These don't have dividends. Wait until the year's over, then take a look at them."

Texas Instruments ( TXN): "There's not a lot of growth there. I like Intel ( INTC), which has a 3.6% yield and a big buyback. I'd swap into Intel."

Telefonica ( TEF): "No, no. That dividend is not safe. Sell, sell, sell."

Quad/Graphics ( QUAD): "No, I don't trust that yield. "

Annaly Capital ( NLY): "They cut their dividend tonight, less than expected. I reiterate my buy."

Aegion ( AEGN): "This is still not a growth business. I'd recommend Vulcan Materials ( VMC)."

Chesapeake Energy ( CHK): "Natural gas prices are so low, they're going to struggle. It's shocking, but that's why they're stuck in the mud."

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

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