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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:
: "Everybody is worried about housing, and this is a cement company, so it's going to take it on the chin. ... I recommend that you swap out of it. I believe that things will turn around," but even down $3, Cramer wouldn't buy TXI here.
: Cramer said he would pull the trigger on any weakness in the ag complex, but Potash's $1 dip is not the kind of weakness he's talking about. "I'd rather see you buy a little
: Cramer liked it from $40 to $160, but the market hasn't been good for a couple of days. "Let's wait for that little pullback and then pull the trigger."
Emergency Medical Services
( EMS): "I know this company's doing a lot of smart acquisitions. ... The problem is it sells at twice its growth rate. ... I'm not gonna touch it."
( VOLV): "I happen to like Volvo very much. ... fabulous engines. ... I think Volvo's pretty good at $20-plus."
( BGF): "This is one of those companies where I'm kind of surprised. I mean, why isn't it higher, frankly? It's got good solid growth." Cramer said he needed to talk to the CEO before he could give B&G a buy.
Axis Capital Holdings
: "I kind of like it. It's a specialty play." Cramer said insurers are the "only financial part of the economy that doesn't have housing risk. I'm going to bless that stock."
: "I liked this in stockpickr.com. ... Frankly, I've liked the whole fertilizer group. ... On a pullback, I am going to re-recommend the ag group, but this group has not corrected at all. ... It would be reckless of me to say let's pull the trigger up here on that one."
Brookfield Asset Management
: "Yes! Yes! I have to tell you, this is a great Canadian stock. It's not for the squeamish, because it's very hard to understand for a lot of people. ... I feel strongly that this is precisely the kind of company you can buy right now."
is in major bull market mode. ... EMC probably has the most momentum of any tech name other than my four horsemen." Cramer likes it so much that he gave in nine buys.
: "I obviously was not bullish enough about this whole group. ... I've been too negative. I want to pull the trigger now. ... I stand corrected."
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