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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" Friday evening:
: "This is the highest-growth stock. ... The way you play these things is they get hammered and then you BuyBuyBuy. ... This thing does not play off the
: "A lot of people are buying because the sun business is kicking in. ... In 2009, that's the stock you want to own."
: "I have felt that that whole conglomerate was Jiminy Cricket. ... We made three bucks and sold."
: "Amgen is problematic here. I would not be a buyer of Amgen. I think Amgen is finished. It's got government investigations. ... My least favorite."
United Parcel Service
: "UPS announced a really big buyback ... and then the stock got hammered. I think you gotta scale in."
: "Love it! ... They report next week. I think the quarter's going to be very good. ... I would be a buyer of Cypress before it reports next week."
: "I always favor
( OMTR) in that, but this is a very tough market for that kind of stock. I want to be careful."
( IMA): "I have scaled back IMA for a more sensible position for
Action Alerts PLUS. ... I feel that that stock ... is in neutral zone. If it drops below 50, I would rebuy all the stock I sold."
( NMX): "Take the profit! ... People are waiting forever for a takeover bid, and they're not going to get it."
: "Let's be very carful here. ... I think RIG can be owned, but it's gonna be bumpy because
was so bad today."
*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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