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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:
: "Monster stock! ... I take a lot of criticism every time it falls. What do I say? Back the truck* up. ... GameStop is going higher!"
: "Unbelievable what a bad performer that one has been. ... I like the fact that Disney's model is better than what people realize. ... That stock will be at $37, $38 and everyone will say, 'That was easy.' "
: "If Warren Buffett didn't own this stock, I would say SellSellSell. ... Because he's in it, I say Don'tBuy."
: "I own Caterpillar. ... I am taking a five-year perspective, not a five-day perspective. ...When the economy bounces back, it will double. ... If you can't take the pain, you should SellSellSell, but I am digging in my heels."
: "I was gonna tell you it's a bowwow because it's been down a lot. We have to do a real analysis. ... It may not be positive, but it will be as best as we can do."
: "Amgen is down so long, it seems up to me. ... I have a hard time recommending
, which is up. ... The only so-so biotech is
. ... Don'tBuy."
: "This is a classic bull-market game. This stock pulls back 10% ... pull the trigger. ... My favorite name in the group is
: "It's not done going down."
: "Remember when we had the
CEO on, we got cold feet. ... I don't trust that group. ... There was too much momentum money."
: "Accounting irregularities means SellSellSell. ... The fact is: no financials, no buy."
United Natural Foods
: "No, no, no! If we want natural food, we're going with best in breed. ... We're going with
, which has seen insider buying. ... Hain is your pick."
: "These Russian companies are too dicey for me. ... This is a good one. I like Rio (
more, what can I say?"
: "I like Brazil very much. ... If you got to own one stock ... it will be Petroleo."
*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Freeport-McMoRan and Caterpillar.
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