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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:
: "Pride is a contract driller. Now, if you listened to
call today ... you realize
Exxon's got to drill more. That's why Pride does well. You've got a stock that I like in this market."
: "It's fine. It's not my favorite. ... I'd rather see you in some of my technologies," such as
, which Cramer owns for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust, or
. "I think these are better than your software company."
: Cramer said Peabody is "tough for two reasons": Oil is up, but the government isn't helping out coal companies; and the pricing of coal is so bad. "I'm going to have to tell you Don'tBuy. ... I have liked coal ... but it's not at the right level yet."
: "Another stock that is in the sweet spot. Notice how Foundry didn't go down at all. Neither did Riverbed. These are stocks that are going to work in this market."
: "52-week high today. ... I could hold on to that. Are we being greedy? No. It does 3-D phones. It's got a good book of business.'
: "Low valuation, lots of cash, moving into solar, management very smart. Probably 1 down and 3 up, which to me says, BuyBuyBuy."
: "Immersion has never made any money. And we've got so many high-quality tech stocks ... that I'm going to have to say ixnay on that one, my friend."
: "We are not arbitragers. I don't know whether that company can get the financing. ... We have to get rid of Cumulus."
: "Intel is one of the reasons why I like Dell and Hewlett-Packard. ... Intel holds up very well for such a so-called bad stock, but I would rather see you out of Intel and into Hewlet-Packard."
: "Pfizer doesn't have it, my friend. I like the drug stocks, but not that one." Cramer recommended
: "You got a really good buy there when they ended up merging with
, but ... you need to sell IHOP. ... You've got a terrific gain."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Hewlett-Packard.
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