'Mad Money' Lightning Round: MeadWestvaco Rising

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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:

American Water Works ( AWK): "I'm not crazy about that small yield. I'd prefer to be in a utility with a bigger yield, but I'll bless it."

Orbitz Worldwide ( OWW): "That's a speculative stocks and I'll like it only as a spec and not as an investment."

Ocwen Financial ( OCN): "It's been a very good, well-run company. I like it."

Westport Innovations ( WPRT): "Here's the problem, Cummins ( CMI) and Westport are now enemies and I don't like the duel between them. I have no opinion on them."

Las Vegas Sands ( LVS): "I'm not going to advise selling Las Vegas Sands. I like it, along with Wynn Resorts ( WYNN)."

Kulicke & Soffa Industries ( KLIC): "This is not my favorite semiconductor equipment stock, but they're in favor right now, so they're OK."

MeadWestvaco ( MWV): "I think it's going higher and I like it very much."

Frontline ( FRO): "Frontline is also not my favorite. You want Nordic American Tanker ( NAT)."

Solar Capital ( SLRC): "I think the yield is fine. It's not doing anything right now. You're just getting the yield. I like Annaly Capital ( NLY) slightly more."

MIPS Technologies ( MIPS): "They failed to deliver, so they don't get my endorsement. "

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

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