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

Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) : "All of these are under pressure but I stand by my recommendation."

Cronos Group (CRON) : "I like Constellation Brands (STZ) . Let's see how they do."

Wells Fargo (WFC) : "I think it does nothing. There are so many great banks, why would you think about that one?"

Cara Therapeutics (CARA) : "The shorts are all over this one. They don't think it's real."

AK Steel Holding (AKS) : "The company isn't that good."

TrueCar (TRUE) : "Why do we need this one? Just go buy Amazon (AMZN) ."

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