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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks offered up by callers on the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Wednesday evening:
( SGP): "We've got a bunch of lawsuits upcoming. I think the stock's gonna get hammered back to its 52-week low. ... Why not buy
: "You should sell it. It is always the laggard."
( SEPR): "I think the next move for Toll is back to the low, low $40s."
( SEPR): "Beginning to get nervous ... too one-product sensitive."
: "Ixnay on the Accenture."
: "Tomorrow when all the bears come out of their den and start talking about
, Pulte will go lower. Only
makes a lot of sense to me here."
( ENER): "This pet market has been not so hot. ... I am not a fan. If you need to be in the pet business somehow, go buy a dog."
Energy Conversion Devices
( ENER): "At 60 bucks
a barrel for oil, Energy Conversion is a winner."
: "52-week high but I am not backing away."
: "Insiders sell for many reasons. This stock is tremendously in bull market mode. ... 'mon back* anytime this thing gets to 13."
( SII): "See a lot of competition coming to CRM. ... He's not for me that CEO."
( SRP): "I don't like the supplement business, and I think you should sell this."
( SRP): "That's the No. 1 name in the
( AW): "A lot of people feel it's gone up too much and they are wrong!"
( SII): "You got a winner there."
( AW): We don't like this theme (waste management)."
: "How do I know he (Putin) doesn't wake up tomorrow and say, 'You know what, the Kremlin owns Vimpel'?" Cramer said of the Moscow-based telco.
: "A blowaway quarter. They shocked me. ... Two thumbs way up for CarMax!"
Cramer was bullish on
Coventry Health Care
National Fuel Gas
Energy Conversion Devices
Principal Financial Group
Sierra Pacific Resources
Sirius Satellite Radio
XM Satellite Radio
Barnes & Noble
Cramer was bearish on
Usana Health Sciences
Allied Waste Industries
( CZN) and
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Commerce Bancorp.
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