Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:
Western Digital (WDC) : "I took a little off the table for my charitable trust. No one ever got hurt taking a profit. Let the rest run."
Kohl's (KSS) : "They will report this week and I think they're a buy."
Universal Display (OLED) : "I am not backing away. This is a really really good company."
NCR Corp (NCR) : "I think they've done a good job and it's not an expensive stock."
Thermo Fisher Scientific (TMO) : "They had a remarkable quarter and I think they can go to $200 a share. "
Range Resources (RRC) : "I don't want you to sell it, it's too low."
Washington Prime Group (WPG) : "No, this one is a no-go. I'm not going there. "
ALLETE (ALE) : "It's got a good yield. If you want income, that's the way to go."
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