'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Hess Is Undervalued

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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 Friday evening:

Transocean (RIG): "This is not as good as Ensco International (ESV)."

Leucadia National (LUK): "I think that's a long-term play. Let it ride."

Hess (HES): "That's part of the market that's doing well. That one is undervalued."

Tractor Supply (TSCO): "I think you should ring the register. A lot of retail is too high right now."

Salesforce.com (CRM): "If I had no software-as-a-service stocks in my portfolio, I would go with Salesforce."

BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX): "This is part of the market that's gotten too hot. That stock won't hold up over the next few weeks."

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