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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:
: "They stunk up big time! ... I want you to stay away. Do me a huge favor. I got
at a 52-week high, I got
( PBG). ... We got not one but two great soda companies. Let's not trade down."
( SWIM): "That is a really good situation. ... I say two thumbs up to that. ... I like Investools."
Melco PBL Entertainment
: "No! No! No! No! No! When it comes to the casino business, they know nothing and yet they're in it!"
: "You got a window of opportunity to own this stock between now and January, but then we're gonna SellSellSell. It's at 9. It's going to 12. But then we're getting out when the getting is good."
China Precision Steel
: "I did
, I did
. I refuse to go down in quality. I say SellSellSell."
: "Circuit City? You called from a great state like Colorado and you give me Circuit City? After I said Circuit City is a value trap and there's nothing there? Trade up to
. Circuit City is an existential crisis."
: "Uh-uh. Ixnay. Not when we have
T. Rowe Price
in a better place."
Level 3 Communications
: "Why don't I just shoot myself that stock has been so bad? When
CEO Jim Crowe comes on this show and tells me he's healthy, I will buy. But until then..."
( TLAB): "I don't know. Without an acquisition, you're history. And that's not enough for me. You gotta have more than an acquisition. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
: "My take is that that is a lost company. ... They have not been able to convert. ... ADM no,
yes. ADM no,
yes. ADM no,
yes. ADM no,
: "This quarter is gonna be good. We get a little cold weather, it's gonna be great. Don't believe the bears. UA is the place to be."
: "Look, we got a good yield here. We're sitting in it. ... I like a good yield. I'm not backing down, but the stock's not exciting."
: "Lance has just been a not great stock. I'd rather see you in
( KFT). Kraft's a winner."
: "Linux may be your thing, but don't blame me when it doesn't do anything for you. When it comes to software, I am embracing
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