Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': First Solar's Power

Cramer says it's the only one in the sector that he'd own.
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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:

Frontline

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: "Nice yield, 14%," but Cramer said that the "very large carrier name" that he likes is

General Maritime

(GMR)

. "I think you should ring the register" on Frontline.

Infineon Technologies

(IFX)

: "You are knee-deep in a second-rate semiconductor, and I am freeing you of it now. I want you out of the semis. You can buy Infineon back at 12," which Cramer thinks will be its price in August.

Dow Chemical

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: "Little bit of executive turmoil there. ... I'm in the Don'tBuy camp until that stock goes to 40, and then I would pull the trigger."

Blockbuster

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: Cramer said he doesn't like Blockbuster here. "Maybe if it goes below 3, I'll get interested."

Aecom Technology

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: "I like Aecom. ACM I think is very cheap. ... Hasn't run enough. I say pull the trigger."

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Jamba

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: "I think that that whole group has gotten too overheated. ... We did it, we played it -- now I'm a seller of Jamba."

Best Buy

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: "I think you have two more points in the House of Pain, and then you're going to be headed to the House of Pleasure."

First Solar

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: "That's the only one that I will own. I am not going to endorse shorting that one. I think it can be electric. ... I know it's supposed to be speculative, but First Solar is too good to short."

Las Vegas Sands

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: "People are thinking that this stock is all played out. My take is I don't want to buy it, and I don't want to sell it. ... I think you can stick with Las Vegas Sands" if you already own it.

*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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