'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Skechers an 'Unbelievable Company'

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

3D Systems (DDD): "It's still too early to buy 3D Systems."

Opko Health (OPK): "You want to own OPK. I like that stock."

Lannett Company (LCI): "I'd rather be an activist."

GoPro (GPRO): "Here's the problem with GoPro: There's been a big movement to buy it and I missed it, and I can't go back and tell you to buy it."

Xerox (XRX): "I have one thing to say: 'Don't buy.'"

Halyard Health (”HYH"): "It was an inline quarter, and the best is yet to come. We've been buying the stock. We will walk you through the story about why 2016 is going to be a good year."

Skechers (SKX): "It is an unbelievable company. It went over $100 today. [The] best managed company in the footwear industry and perhaps all the apparel industry."

Barnes Group (B): "Good aerospace company."

Lending Club (LC): "Don't buy it."

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