'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Wait on Salesforce.com

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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" Tuesday evening.

RR Donnelley ( RRD): "I looked into that company and there's nothing there. There's not a lot of commercial printing to go around."

Hanesbrands ( HBI): "There are so many great apparel companies. Stick with best of breed with Ralph Lauren ( RL), VF Corp ( VFC) and Phillips-Van Heusen ( PVH)."

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals ( REGN): "There's a lot of talk about their new drug. Let the stock come down until we get the details."

ZAGG ( ZAGG): "I don't like Zagg since they're a commodity. I don't like the company. Even if it is doing well, I still want you to sell it. It's a commodity product."

Salesforce.com ( CRM): "I think you have to wait. I think it'll be a good quarter, but last quarter people got killed owning it. I have to see the earnings first."

Netflix ( NFLX): "Take look at the new streaming movie service from Comcast ( CMCSA). I think it might be bad for Netflix."

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

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