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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:
has become the gold standard of the electronic brokers. ... I'm bullish, I like that stock."
( KRY): "Give us a break, Chavez, and approve Crystallex, until then, I like
: "One of the few tech stocks I can't get behind ... there's pricing pressure in flash."
: "Sells at twice its growth multiple. Take some InterContinental off the table and put some in NYX, the
New York Stock Exchange
is back, it's making it ... a buy." Cramer also threw in
: "Gonna have a much better-than-expected quarter ... has good theme park numbers. ... I totally believe that Disney's going to 35."
( TXU): "Did not know they were missing their earnings that much. ... I think it's now in the 'unh-unh' category. Go with
, maybe ... back to
. ... Don'tBuy for now," on TXU.
( FTO): "If you're gonna be in crude refining ... I'm going to send you to
. If you need a refiner, that's the one. ... I'd rather see you in
... which is out of the doghouse."
( AHO): "A giant supermarket chain ... in the end ... I would sell Ahold and buy what could be my new favorite,
: "Thrown by the quarter. ... I now believe I should have just stuck it out with IFF (
International Flavors & Fragrances
). I am now in the Don'tBuy camp
on Senomyx until I see some results from them."
: "I think the stock's up too much. ... so many stores ... in retail doing well now." Cramer says to go with
CEO Michael Ward is a railroad man. ... Their quarter's gonna be good. Ward told you it was not a cyclical play. It's a secular growth stock. ... I like CSX."
: "I think
with Kinross buying
( BGO), I'd ring the register on Kinross." Cramer prefers Yamana here, too.
: "I like it, but it's really like watching ... paper be made."
( ZRAN): "I've lost too much money in Zoran. .. I can't bless it. It's been too inconsistent."
( ESLR): "I said 'ring the register' after the election. .. The trade's been made."
: "I don't want to buy it. ... I think it's a copper situation. Copper's going up in price. I don't want to touch it."
( NXG): "I don't like Northgate as much as I like
( LMC). ... I want you to stick it out
Lundin because it's also got zinc."
*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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