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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" Wednesday evening:
: "Don't be so greedy, my friend. Always ring the register when you're up 38 points. I want you to take half off right now, right here. ... I say ring the register on half that position and then we get to 100 and you give me another callski."
: "Listen to me and listen good, that KBH quarter was a thing of beauty. My hat's off to that fellow Mezger
President and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey T. Mezger. ... I will tell you below 25, I would buy a little myself."
: "I'm worried about the gross margins in Dell. I like Dell. ... Here's my problem with Dell -- it doesn't have any leverage. It doesn't make any more money than any other computer company. ... It's just unexciting."
Whole Foods Market
: "I would actually ring. ... I believe it was UBS ... recommended this stock last week. ... I want you to take out your cost basis and let the rest run, but I'm not gonna get too excited about this."
: "I believe, believe it or not, Xoma is gonna come back. ... Buy it at 3 and ring the register when we get to 5."
: "I happen to like the company's balance sheet very much. ... They're buying stock hand over fist. ... It's inexpensive. ... It seems to have stalled. I'm not stalled. I want to BuyBuyBuy. I think you'll be in the House of Pleasure with Texas Instruments."
: "Microsoft is stuck here. I know
CEO Steve Ballmer is doing his best. ... No matter what they seem to do, it always seems to come back to Windows. They do a great game, it means nothing. They do a great Zune, it means nothing. ... This one has no momentum at all. ... If you want to be in tech, I'm gonna put you in
. ... Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
: "I still like the oils. If you want to take a little off after the run, I'm not gonna fight you. ... Let's take something off."
: "I want you to take it. This is an RNA play and it's starting to move. ... My RNA play is
. ... It's got RNAi, it's got diabetes, it's got obesity. ... I want you in Nastech and not in Isis, which is at a 52-week high anyway."
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