'Mad Money Lightning Round': Get Some Covidien

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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" Wednesday evening.

Dendreon ( DNDN): "Too speculative for me. It's had too big of a move."

VOXX International ( VOXX): "If you want to go there, you want Harman International ( HAR)."

Pepsico ( PEP): "No, that one is played out. You need to sell, sell, sell. Go home."

Covidien ( COV): "I think you should buy more. That one is in the sweet spot. I want you to stick with Life Technologies ( LIFE) as well."

People's Bank ( PBCT): "This one is like watching paint dry. It doesn't have a catalyst but I do like it long-term."

Goldman Sachs ( GS): "I think Goldman is going higher. I also like Morgan Stanley ( MS). I think it's a buy, buy, buy."

Pfizer ( PFE): "They have a big buyback. They're not my favorite, but they will be protected by that yield. Don't forget Bristol-Myers Squibb ( BMY). I like that one even more."

Ford Motor ( F): "Ford is doing OK. I think Ford will flatline but better times ahead."

Walgreens ( WAG): "Walgreen's is in a pickle here. It's good, it's bad, (and) that means we do nothing."

Linn Energy ( LINE): "Everything is up in the air in oil and gas. I don't mind it but I no longer like it. I'd wait for a bigger yield."

Alcoa ( AA): "If Europe comes back, they're going to $14, but I've been wrong before on this one."

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

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