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Cramer's lightning round: Don't fly into Trivago's stock just yet

Elizabeth Gurdus

Trivago NV

(NASDAQ: TRVG)

: "No, I want you to stay away from Trivago. I think this whole group, even though I like the concept of Priceline

(NASDAQ: PCLN)

, Expedia

(NASDAQ: EXPE)

and also Travelocity, is headed lower. And I am very, very certain that they're not down going down yet, so let's wait."

Sunoco LP

(NYSE: SUN)

: "No, I don't want you to buy more because I think that yield may be unsustainable. But I think that your initial impression is correct that there is some value there."

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation

(NASDAQ: CY)

: "I've got about a half-dozen people on Twitter that keep telling me to pound the table on the stock. I think it's inexpensive. What more can I do?"

Mattel, Inc.

(NASDAQ: MAT)

: "Unless Hasbro

(NASDAQ: HAS)

buys them, you're going to be in a house of pain. I don't want you in the house of pain."

Lumber Liquidators

(NYSE: LL)

: "It makes sense to buy Lumber Liquidators. That is the strongest part of what Home Depot

(NYSE: HD)

talked about. Home Depot's got an analyst meeting, though. I'd rather see you in Home Depot."

Universal Display Corportation

(NASDAQ: OLED)

: "OLED is one of my favorites. I've been recommending it for 90 points. I want it to come down. You will not get a turn in OLED before you get a turn in Facebook

(NASDAQ: FB)

, in Amazon

(NASDAQ: AMZN)

, in Netflix

(NASDAQ: NFLX)

and in Apple

(NASDAQ: AAPL)

, so you wait."

Magellan Midstream Partners

(NYSE: MMP)

: "I think it's insanely valued. My charitable trust has been buying it right here. It is ridiculous. Yield 5 and a half [percent]. Everybody needs oil pipe from the Permian. They've got it. But you know what? I'm a lonely voice in the wilderness."

Watch the full lightning round here:Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Facebook, Apple and Magellan Midstream Partners.

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Trivago NV

(NASDAQ: TRVG)

: "No, I want you to stay away from Trivago. I think this whole group, even though I like the concept of Priceline

(NASDAQ: PCLN)

, Expedia

(NASDAQ: EXPE)

and also Travelocity, is headed lower. And I am very, very certain that they're not down going down yet, so let's wait."

Sunoco LP

(NYSE: SUN)

: "No, I don't want you to buy more because I think that yield may be unsustainable. But I think that your initial impression is correct that there is some value there."

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation

(NASDAQ: CY)

: "I've got about a half-dozen people on Twitter that keep telling me to pound the table on the stock. I think it's inexpensive. What more can I do?"

Mattel, Inc.

(NASDAQ: MAT)

: "Unless Hasbro

(NASDAQ: HAS)

buys them, you're going to be in a house of pain. I don't want you in the house of pain."

Lumber Liquidators

(NYSE: LL)

: "It makes sense to buy Lumber Liquidators. That is the strongest part of what Home Depot

(NYSE: HD)

talked about. Home Depot's got an analyst meeting, though. I'd rather see you in Home Depot."

Universal Display Corportation

(NASDAQ: OLED)

: "OLED is one of my favorites. I've been recommending it for 90 points. I want it to come down. You will not get a turn in OLED before you get a turn in Facebook

(NASDAQ: FB)

, in Amazon

(NASDAQ: AMZN)

, in Netflix

(NASDAQ: NFLX)

and in Apple

(NASDAQ: AAPL)

, so you wait."

Magellan Midstream Partners

(NYSE: MMP)

: "I think it's insanely valued. My charitable trust has been buying it right here. It is ridiculous. Yield 5 and a half [percent]. Everybody needs oil pipe from the Permian. They've got it. But you know what? I'm a lonely voice in the wilderness."

Watch the full lightning round here:

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Facebook, Apple and Magellan Midstream Partners.

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