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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:
: "Now, what are you gonna do? You got
delivering beautiful numbers, you got
delivering beautiful numbers. I say either one of those is better than yours."
: "That buyback is a thing of beauty. People are betting they can't make the Dreamliner. Those who bet against Boeing are betting against America. I urge people to buy Boeing."
: "It's gonna take an awful lot. ... Why do I own it? A couple reasons, the real estate is worth a lot more than the stores. ...
Chairman Eddie Lampert is standing there buying back stock as it goes down. He's shrinking the company. He's gonna have a larger and larger stake. I think Sears is still worth owning. Should you buy it? ... The quarter will be horrible, drenched, drenched with bad news, and I still want to buy it!"
National Oilwell Varco
: "The shorts know nothing! This National is gonna be good for years. ... They are running out of oil, we gotta drill in all sorts of places. That's
and National Oilwell."
: "No, Titanium was last year. I don't like the group anymore. I don't think that stock or group has any mojo. My metal play is
: "What a stock! We nailed that one. ... comScore, we nailed that ahead of a preannouncement. ... I think comScore is still right."
: "No! No! That one has fooled a lot of people, but it's not taking us down. We like
. You do not go near Spartan. You buy Oshkosh!"
: "That CEO
Joe E. Kiani was on the show recently and he was bullish. Who am I to be bearish when the CEO's bullish? I think that's a winner."
: "Don't you dare! Another one I cannot possibly touch. This one has accounting problems. Accounting problems equal SellSellSell. I like
. I like
: "I said ring the register on lulu. We actually caught a legitimate double here. Bulls make money, bears make money, hogs get slaughtered. Don't get slaughtered."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Freeport-McMoRan and Sears Holdings.
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