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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 like Bucyrus. ... I prefer
," which Cramer owns for Action Alerts PLUS, his charitable trust. "Caterpillar's a little more down from its high than Bucyrus because it has more housing exposure."
Vasco Data Security
: "52-week high. I don't know. ... I like it. ... I've been recommending
because they had a truly blowout quarter."
: "Holy cow, I almost did myself in over that one. That was one of my worst picks ever. No, no, no."
Xinhua Finance Media
: "I've seen their stuff. They're a great acquirer of media properties, but I can't get any financials to make a decision."
: "The estimates are too low. The stock pulled back at the end of the day. I think that's a big mistake. I think the stock can go to $700. Remember, it's a $600 billion advertising market. I think that they could take $10 billion of it and still not be done. ... It's not too late to pull the trigger multiple times."
: "This company does have it all. ... It's just this kind of great resource company based in Norway."
: "This one's too hot for me. ... I like
and then I like
in the fertilizer game, and don't forget, I like
in Chile. ... This Terra Nitrogen is just too crazed for me. I can't get a handle on it."
National Oilwell Varco
: "I've gotta tell you, even up here they've got a hammerlock on build and rigs. Even up here, I would buy National Oilwell Varco. ... This stock has doubled since I've been recommending it. It's a monster stock, and it's not done."
: "If you're gonna go down that route, I'm gonna tell you right here, right now, I want you in
. NSTK is more speculative than yours, but more ways to win."
Research In Motion
has just gone up so, so high. I still like RIM. I wish I could get a pullback, but I don't think I can."
: "That stock has to pull back because I still don't trust Congress to do the right thing."
: "Still the cheapest oil-service play. ... That stock's going back to its 52-week high of $120. I would sell some
here and buy some RIG," which Cramer owns for his charitable trust.
: "Let me just say that this has now become a Chinese speculative name. I still like it, but it is so high. I've got to be careful. ... At $166, I have a problem. ... I am now going to say, right here at this price, Don'tBuy."
: "Obviously, I wish that Apple were down a little bit more before you pull the trigger. ... How about this: If you want to buy 100 shares, buy 25 right here, and then wait for a pullback."
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