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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Monday evening:
: "This is not the best of breed company, even though it is tempting..."
: "Maybe in one of the most bearish slides I have ever seen. ... But I can't avoid the fact that it's selling at 16 times earnings. ... I'm doing a 'mon back*. "
: "I fear that a lot of new capacity is going to be coming on. ... I fear that the tightness of supply is going to vanish. SellSellSell."
like UnitedHealth ... falling prey to what I regard as a vicious rotation" into oil, gas, minerals and
: "... Has gone from 3.50 to 7 ... we have to expect that some guys at 7 are going to ring the register. ... I think it's a normal pullback. ... Let it settle."
: "Having a great quarter. ... right now we are in the most vicious part of the rotation. The money "is coming out of tech and health care. ... let Marvel come in a bit before we do any buying."
: "Been hit by a quadruple whammy of different things ... terrible decision in Rhode Island on lead paint ... . there's an actual glut of titanium oxide stocks out there."
having a good quarter. ... that business, which is the big-time router business, is good. ... One thumb up [for Juniper]; two thumbs up for
: "Has the possibility of pulling back here. ... Wait until it comes in more to buy it. I still like the story."
: "One of the best moves I've seen. ...
reported a blowout number after the close," which Cramer sees as a plus for Rio. ... "I'd buy the stock [Rio]."
: "Falling victim to the rotation into minerals. I like the stock but only one thumb up until the rotation is over."
Cramer was bullish on
(UNH - Get Report)
Brocade Communications Systems
(BRCD - Get Report)
(MRVL - Get Report)
(JNPR - Get Report)
Companhia Vale do Rio Doce
(GLW - Get Report)
Cramer was bearish on
(NL - Get Report)
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
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