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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:
: "We had a really big run in First Solar, but after the close, they reported what was just an in-line number." In any case, Cramer said he was feeling greedy and gave First Solar a SellSellSell. "We must not be pigs."
: "Patricia is on the Wall of Shame!" Cramer said, referring to his list of CEOs who are bringing their companies down. "Once again, I tell you that as long as she's running that company, despite a fabulous bull market in communications equipment, that remains SellSellSell!"
FactSet Research Systems
: "I think this is a natural to be snapped up by someone."
has come in. A lot of people are thinking it's speculative. ... That company is worth on a breakup value a lot more. ... I'm not backing away from Dynegy. I think it's a buy, but this is a scary market."
: "My take is this: Brocade is being unfairly beaten up. It's just not that bad. But I gotta tell you, if you're going to be in that sector, Brocade goes up against
, and Cisco is my favorite play in that group."
: "We've been behind Indevus. We think that that is a great spec play, and it's only a buck off its high, but we continue to like it very much."
: "I think that Costco is a buy. It's my favorite retailer. It's literally my favorite retailer in a group that everyone knows I cannot stand."
: "Another one of these small drilling service companies. ... It's good! When you get a stock like Acergy, you just have to ride it. Don't worry about the minute to minute. ... This stuff will start coming back."
: "Let's be very clear. I like the ag market.
had a terrific quarter. Your play is good. ... But I've been too greedy. Let's ring a little register on the ag bull market. ... I want you to stick with ag, but I want you to take some profits."
Cramer was also bullish on
. He was bearish on
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