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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:
: "Nobody wants to get in front of it. ... I believe in
CEO Mark Shapiro. I like the advance ticket sales, but you don't want to pull the trigger unless it's below 6." Cramer says its fortunes naturally are tied to the weather this summer.
: "I want you to own it. ...
CEO Alan Mulally is "one of the heroes" of Wall Street.
: "Best-in-show bank ... 14 multiple ... as much as like it, I still prefer Goldman Slacks. Going to 300." Cramer owns
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
: "We like BTU, which is
: "Very strange combination of hospice and Roto-Rooter. ... I am sticking by Chemed. Take a little off."
( DIVX): "I did say to sell DivX on three different occasions. ... One of the ugliest quarters out of the shoot I have ever seen; I am not getting behind DivX, no way, no how."
was so ugly today ... never seen such a bear raid on a stock. ... But there's a giant buyer of puts at the May 80 level. ... I have never seen a raid so powerful. ...
President Duncan Niederauer, where are you?
CEO John Thain, where are you? ... Stop hiding ... and get out and explain the story
the strong outlook for Euronext's quarter is part of it to people."
is now up almost a dollar from where we recommended it. ... I think that CHTR can go higher."
: "Not a favorite of mine."
is still best in show." Although Cramer did issue his mea culpa for that Dick's call he missed back in "Mad Money's" nascent days.
Central Garden & Pet
: "Inconsistent, not a great company."
( JOYG): "I like JOYG OK. ... Why would you not buy
instead?" Cramer owns CAT in his Action Alerts PLUS.
: "We believe in the dental lasers."
Cramer also was bullish on
Cramer also was bearish on
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Caterpillar, Goldman Sachs, NYSE Euronext and Sears Holdings.
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