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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:
: "The whole complex of natural gas is so ridiculously too low. ... Chesapeake is a great driller. It's got great assets. I believe that natural gas will come back in vogue. ... Chesapeake at $35 ... too cheap!"
: "Macau gambling is for real. ... I like
Las Vegas Sands
, and I like Wynn. ... I still like Wynn. I still like it a lot."
: "I think the barcode business has peaked. It's just not that exciting to me. I don't want to be in it."
: "The oils have come down. Apache is one of my favorites. ... It has oil, it has gas, and it's right. It's beaten down, and I would pull the trigger today."
: "People do not like the drillers now. ... This is just a very inexpensive stock." But, Cramer said, the best of breed is
, trading at 17 times earnings.
: "Smokin'! A smokin' situation. ... Shaw is on a remarkable run. ... The infrastructure bull market is probably the strongest market on Earth."
: "They didn't report a good quarter. ... Is the aerospace bull market kaput? ... I'm concerned. I think the group is going to be on hold, and the better side is going to be the defensive side right now. But I am reiterating that
is a buy."
: "I'm concerned about Starbucks. Now, it has gotten much cheaper ... but it's still really expensive."
: "This is tough for me. ... Juniper is clearly doing well. ...
reported a blowout quarter tonight. ... I belive that Cisco is better than Juniper. I am telling you, SellSellSell Juniper, BuyBuyBuy Cisco, even above $31."
: "Doing everything it can to do well. ... They didn't deliver. They can't deliver. ... We've got to put them in Don'tBuy. ... People who need to be in that industry,
remains my favorite."
Level 3 Communications
: "We are waiting for the bandwidth storage. ... I am not backing away. LVLT is the best way to play YouTube."
: Cramer said that the four best conference calls were from
and Garmin. "That conference call for Garmin was amazing. ... Garmin's a keeper! Stay with Garmin!"
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