'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I'm Sticking With Starbucks

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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Wednesday evening:

Progressive Corp. (PGR): "The auto insurance business is very cut-throat and I don't want to be in that business."

Capstead Mortgage (CMO): "Everyone is crazy for this group. I don't want to reach for yield."

Enbridge (ENB): "It has a decent yield. I think that TransCanada (TRP) is better, though."

Micron Technology (MU): "I like Micron. It's stalled but its inexpensive and I expect a decent quarter."

American Tower (AMT): "That's best in show in the tower business. Every carrier needs more towers."

Starbucks (SBUX): "Long term, this one does not worry me. I'm a buyer under $70."

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