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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" Thursday evening:
China Precision Steel
: "This is probably the only bad China stock. ... I prefer
and most of all,
United States Steel
( HLYS): "My friend, you have no edge whatsoever. Heelys is a broken stock and a broken company. ... There is no reason whatsoever to own Heelys, especially now that
: "That deal is almost done, you're in the 90s, you're being greedy. Remember, bulls make money, bears make money, hogs get slaughtered. ... I want you to hang up now and SellSellSell."
China BAK Battery
: "That stock be sizzlin'! ... The China market is going nuts. ... The two, the aluminum company
Alcan and this one, they keep going higher. ... All I know is if you are greedy on these, you will be annihilated."
: "This is a total consumer play. It happens to be better run than
, better run than
, better run than
. ... Problem is I can't think of a catalyst to move it. I'm gonna give you a 'Don'tBuy' because I have a feeling they're not gonna have a good quarter."
: "After TXI went up,
went up. I like that better. ... These are all coiled springs. I want you to take profits in Texas Industries. If you want to be in one of these materials stocks, I want you to be in Vulcan."
( BARE): "Saw it was upgraded today. Frankly, I found the upgrade quizzical. I don't want to own Bare. ... I actually don't even want to own
. I want to stay away from the fragrance group."
United Parcel Service
: "I am asked more about this stock in impromptu Lightning Rounds than any other stock because everyone knows it's a well-run company. ... I am cautionary on
and UPS because when the economy slows, these companies don't do well. ... I want to be in
. I give it
UPS a 'Don'tBuy.' Same as FedEx."
: "We recommended it in the teens, now it's at 27. ... I don't want you to buy."
: "Here's the issue. J.C. Penney is an inexpensive stock. But I don't have a catalyst. ... It's really well-run, but I can't think of a reason to pull the trigger right now. Don'tBuy."
: "The stock's up at 23, but I think it has more to go."
: "This stock has lagged my favorite --
-- I'd rather see you in RIG, I'd rather see you in
, I'd even rather see you in
: "I think that you're dead wrong.
is the way to go. ... I've been recommending
( NSTK) as my speculative. Ixnay on Vanda White. I want you to buy Celgene."
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