Cramer Weighs In On Johnson & Johnson, ViacomCBS And More

On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said Johnson & Johnson JNJ goes up no matter what because it has a big drug pipeline. He would own the stock.

Cramer likes the CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation LMT and he is a buyer of the stock.

Vulcan Materials Company VMC is a good company, said Cramer. He would wait for a week or two and then he would buy the stock.

It's time to buy ViacomCBS Inc. VIAC, said Cramer. He kind of likes the media stocks.

Cramer wouldn't buy OraSure Technologies, Inc. OSUR because there are too many companies in the space.

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