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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:
: "I'm going to send you to
: "We don't care about where stocks have gone. We care about where they're going to. Merck no longer has that good yield. ... I think it's time to SellSellSell. I would switch over to
: "Yesterday, Sanford Bernstein upgraded. ... The numbers are too low. ... But this is part of the Nasdaq. I believe that it represents one of the greatest buys going into the Christmas season. It's also one of my four horsemen. ... When the smoke clears, these are the ones to go to. In the interim, it's the House of Pain."
: "It's a good stock. It yields 5%. I like the utilities.
is my favorite."
Casual Male Retail Group
: "No, no. ... Yesterday, I stuck my neck out and recommended
," along with
. "It didn't work at all." Cramer said he is still sticking by those three stocks. "I don't need that Casual Male, 52-week low. That's not for me."
: "Not bad, not bad. Casual dining is just absolutely awful right now. ... Casual dining that I've recommended is just
. ... It's just different from the rest. Without a really special story, casual dining is in a bear market."
: "They bought back a ton of stock ... but I have said to them personally, and I'll say to you, Qualcomm must settle" its patent dispute with
, which "is just scaring people off."
: "Gotta give you a Don'tBuy. ... I'd rather own
: "Great stock! Absolutely fantastic numbers. Expectations remain low. I've been buying
for my charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS."
: "Everyone hates, but I love that 6% yield, so I'm not giving up on that."
: "I think that this is a play both on its own earnings and on
, which is down again today. ... EMC is undervalued. ... I would buy EMC. Under $19, I think EMC's a gift. This market's giving you some gifts. Don't take them all at once." Cramer owns EMC for his charitable trust.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long EMC and McDonald's.
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