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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Boston Sci Phooey

Cramer still doesn't like the stock.

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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" Friday evening:

Boston Scientific

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: Cramer's not a fan of the stock, which he says he suggested dumping a while back at a higher price. "I still don't like BGX here at 15."


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: Cramer said he believes the stock is a buy because of its yield and its access to European markets.


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: Cramer called the stock cheap, aided by the shortage of iron. It's also a takeover candidate.


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: Cramer doesn't believe the company will succeed as a free-speech Internet firm in a China controlled by the Communist party. "I still regard them as Communists," he said. "They are not friends of the US of A."


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: Cramer called Infosys one of his favorite outsourcing companies. He dismissed those who dislike the firm because it's based in India. "I think those people are shortsighted," he said. "The Indians, unlike the

Chinese Communists, are actually our friends."

Cramer was also bullish on

Gilead Sciences

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Sun Microsystems

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Indevus Pharmaceuticals

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Cramer was also bearish on





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