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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:
: "I expect a good number
from the earnings report tomorrow morning. Two thumbs, way up." Cramer owns the company's shares for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
: "Great quarter, going higher. I suspect it's going back to 40. Hold on."
: "If you want to own gold, it is Yamana. ... Two thumbs up for that terrific international gold player."
: "Same-store sales not as much as I like. ... I am not impressed by that Men's Wearhouse number, and I thought I would be."
: "Extremely disappointing quarter from those folks." Although Cramer said the 3% dividend helps, "I'd rather own some of the Canadian utility companies."
: "This stock rallied because the inventory went down. ... I think there should be more to a stock than just inventory reduction." Cramer prefers
: "This is one that I have not systematically liked. And what did it do? It ran another 7 points in my face. ... But I can't change my mind because it's too expensive to own."
Abercrombie & Fitch
: "When that stock was at 50 ... ANF was then on a historic rally all the way up to 76." Cramer said he wasn't "going back into that cauldron" with the stock at 72. "I am a seller of Abercrombie."
: "I have not been a fan. ... already stuck my neck out with
. Forget yours, go with mine. Corning, 21."
: "As good as Target is, I have to keep coming back to J.C. Penney. ... Sporting goods is
. Apparel is JCP ... For big-box retail, it's
." Cramer also likes
Procter & Gamble
: "Wrong time in the
economic cycle to buy ... because the cycle has already slowed down. ... It's OK, but it's only one thumb up because of where we are now."
Cramer also was bullish on
*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 Sears Holdings.
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