'Mad Money Lightning Round': Herbalife Going Higher

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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" Thursday evening.

Yahoo! ( YHOO): "No, no. Give me a stock that's working. Apple ( AAPL) is going up hundreds of points while we're waiting for Yahoo get going."

Frontier Communications ( FTR): "I think you should be a seller. I don't think that dividend is safe."

Veolia Environnement ( VE): "I'd recommend a water stock... if they ever worked, but they don't."

Armour Residential ( ARR): "I'd rather see you in Annaly Capital ( NLY). "

Lowes ( LOW): "I like Lowe's a lot more than I used to. The restructuring is paying off and I like it right here, right now."

Standard Pacific ( SPF): "I think that one could go to $7. They're getting their mojo back."

Herbalife ( HLF): "I think Herbalife is going higher. I like the way the business is shaping up."

Magnum Hunter Resources ( MHR): "Very speculative. I worry about natural gas. It's too speculative for me."

Continental Resources ( CLR): "You have to wait for this one and EOG Resources ( EOG) to come down. When they do, buy more."

Thomas & Betts ( TNB): "You're done. That was a great company. You ring the register."

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

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