Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:

Harley Davidson (HOG) : "I think the brand is terrific and I think you can own it for the long term."

BB&T Bank (BBT) : "I think this one will come down a little bit. Wait a point or two then pull the trigger."

Achaogen (AKAO) : "That stock is already up 36% this year. I can't recommend buying a stock that's up that much. "

Costamare (CMRE) : "I have not liked the container ships."

Gilead Sciences (GILD) : "I think they need to do an acquisition. They are not growing. "

Prospect Capital (PSEC) : "I has a high yield but it's too dicey for me."

Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) : "Nice. Almost a 6% yield and those guys are very good. "

Perrigo (PRGO) : "No. They have missed and missed and missed. Stay away."

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