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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" Friday evening:
( BVF): "Come on, man, we have to have the highest possible quality, not the lowest possible generics. ... I'd rather see you in
: "Everyone feels it is only a matter of time before these companies stop leasing planes, and Aircastle is in trouble. ... No, these are better, the yields are safer. ... I think
( GLS) is good, Aircastle is good."
: "No, that stock is way too speculative here. ... If you want nuclear power, you buy
( SGR), which is down 2½ today. ... I'm sticking by Shaw Group and so should you."
: "That is one of the best utilities out there. I've been using
and I've been using Exelon as ways to play the slowdown. ... You stick with Exelon."
: "RAD has been a bowwow of late. All my speculative names have been crushed by this decline. I think we should have
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Mary Sammons back on to explain why the last quarter was so bad ... find out why Rite Aid dropped so much."
( CRDN): "Out of nowhere they have just crushed that stock. ... I think the defense play is no longer Ceradyne, it's
: "Let's be careful here. It's a $90 stock, and when you have a $90 stock, it can go down quickly. They had an OK quarter, not great, and a big buyback. ... I think you can get it in the $80s."
: "Yes! At last a stock that is so right, a stock that is just a solution to $100 oil. ECA is still rocking, so is
: "Honeywell has just been stalled here. The quarter was great ... $55 we pull the trigger. Company's buying back stock. ...
is another one I like here, too."
: "That was part of a gigantic short squeeze Friday where they all went up. ... I think it's just OK. ... I think
: "This is a transportation play. ... May I give you three right back at you." Those were
Chicago Bridge & Iron
: "That's been a highflier; I like the stock. They have an affiliation with
iPhone. ... But we're gonna do a Don'tBuy until we find out what that down-five was all about."
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