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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" Tuesday evening:
: "So clearly headed to 25 that I'd like to get on that horse. ... Chambers is back; he's bigger than ever. Cisco is two thumbs up, way up."
( DNA): "I was chagrined by the fact that the FDA was unwilling to give Avastin the fast track."
: "Going up, that stock be ramping. Other than
Research In Motion
( RIM), I don't know of any stock ... other than
... that has the mojo that SanDisk has."
: "When I want your opinion on Best Buy, I'll give it to you. ... Big-screen TV's back. ... It's going to 60!"
( JOYG): "Part of that cyclical morass. ... Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
Smith & Wesson
: "I have been on this S&W since 5 smackers. It is now up to 11.30, and you know what? Ever since, Congress has decided to immunize them ... I think it's going to 15."
: "Everybody suddenly hates Qualcomm. They be wrong. Qualcomm's coming back. High-end cell phones
are back." Cramer owns Qualcomm for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
( PDC): "The drilling stocks are no go here."
: "Is good, 4.25% yield." Cramer said
( TXU) if you're aggressive ...
if you're more conservative. Don'tBuy on Centerpoint.
Zenith National Insurance
( ZNT): "Interesting play. OK, I'd rather see you in some of the bigger ones like
( UARM): "It's fine. It's OK."
: "If I didn't have the buzzer, I'd go on and on about how it's going to 40."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Qualcomm.
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