'Mad Money Lightning Round': Go for HEICO

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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.

Avon Products ( AVP): "They did declare a dividend and got a new CEO, so I would hold onto it, but my judgement is in question on this one."

Hess ( HES): "I like the properties but I think it's poorly run. I like EOG Resources ( EOG)."

Barrick Gold ( ABX): "I think that Barrick is a swell company but the stocks are in a bear market. Own the SPDR Gold Shares ( GLD). "

Baidu.com ( BIDU): "The only Chinese stock that I like is Baidu."

HEICO ( HEI): "That's military and aerospace. I like it. Let's buy it."

Dell ( DELL): "I think Dell is cheap and moving in the right direction, but I don't want to buy it."

John Deere ( DE): "I can't believe how poorly that stock has done. If it gets back to the mid-80s I would be a seller. They make great machines but cannot deliver on the bottom line."

Interactive Brokers ( IBKR): "I cannot recommend the brokers but that one is doing OK."

Corning ( GLW): "The CEO came on the show and said everything was good and it turned out it was bad. I know the stock is low, but I need more than that to recommend it."

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

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