Cramer Weighs In On Penn National Gaming, LGI Homes And More

On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said he prefers FAANG stocks over Unisys Corp. UIS. He is a best-of-breed guy.

LGI Homes Inc. LGIH makes a ton of money, said Cramer. He likes it because the stock is down and interest rates are low. He thinks it is goint to come back, when we get a new president.

Penn National Gaming Inc. PENN is a wonderful company, but COVID-19 is all-over the place when it comes to going to a casino, said Cramer. He would let the stock come down.

Cramer thinks Caci International Inc. CACI is a good buy. He has always felt the company is going to get a takeover bid if it stays here forever.

Cisco Systems Inc. CSCO is really a next year story and 4% yield is not enough to keep investors in the stock, said Cramer. People also didn't like its last quarter.

FLIR Systems Inc. FLIR is an absolutely fantastic security play, said Cramer. He doesn't understand why the stock is so cheap.

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