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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:
: "This is a case of accounting irregularities equals sell. There are some well-documented problems with this company's accounting. ... I'm going to send you to ...
. ... Be careful. The oil prices are coming down and the solar stocks are coming down with them."
is the single best retailer in America bar none. ... Costco offers the best value and the highest-quality merchandise. I sound like a commercial and I don't care. Two thumbs up Costco."
Blue Coat Systems
( BCSI): "The stock has come down. I think that's a mistake and an overreaction. I want to buy that stock."
: "You bet I do! I wanna back the truck up. ...
... talked about the aerospace cycle being better than ever. ... Let's pick up some Boeing. ... I bet it goes to $120."
( TXCO): "No. Not my favorite. ... If I were going to do natural gas, we're going to do
( XTO)." Cramer owns XTO for
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: "Best of breed, but I can't get into it. The cost of feeding livestock is up."
: "Listen, skipper: I mistakenly sold Nike in the low $60s. ... I regret it every single day of my life."
I recommend Garmin for a trade into Christmas because you cannot find a Garmin device because they are so in demand."
: "Chipotle turns out do be one of the best-performing stocks in a mid-cap index. That's going to drive it up. ... My feeling is between now and the year-end, Chipotle is going to be a good stock to own. ... I like
... It's lower risk."
: "It doesn't work. ...
, that hasn't worked. ... Do it in the last week of December."
: "I nailed this one. We caught seven quick ones and I didn't take profits. ... I'm whipping myself. The great Comscore trade came and went and I didn't take it. Shame on me."
"This is a water play that ... I like very much ... I endorse it wholeheartedly."
*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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