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

Carrizo Oil & Gas (CRZO) : "I've been liking Carrizo for a long time. Pull the trigger."

Emerson Electric (EMR) : "I would wait. If you want an industrial, go with Illinois Tool Works (ITW) ."

Methode Electronics (MEI) : "You've got a good one, I would stick with it!"

New Gold (NGD) : "If you want gold, go with Randgold Resources (GOLD) or SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) ."

Kratos Defense & Security (KTOS) : "I think that this is a good one. You have a winner there."

Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) : "This one has had too big of a run. Let's take some profits here."

Cramer and the Action Alerts PLUS team have put out their weekly roundup, focusing on Apple (AAPL) , Adobe (ADBE) , Facebook (FB) , General Electric (GE) , NXP Semi (NXPI) and more. If you want to know what they're telling their investment club members, get a free subscription to Action Alerts PLUS.

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