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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Hallelujah for Hewlett-Packard

After a monster-good quarter, the computer maker is still a buy.

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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:

Sysco

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: "It's OK ... as long as the consumer's out there spending ... going to a lot of restaurants ... the problem is they're not going to restaurants as much. Don'tBuy."

Countrywide

(CFC)

: "It's a very technical situation. ... If the

Fed

cuts 50 basis points, Countrywide will work."

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CVS Caremark

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: "Not to be confused with

CBS

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which would be a disaster to buy. ... I think it's unbelievably strong ... you should get in right here. ... CVS remains one of my favorite stocks in this environment." Cramer owns CVS for his charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS.

Hewlett-Packard

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: "That was a monster-good quarter. That was an Hallelujah, All-Aboard quarter. ... That company is smoking. ... It's not done. I wanna own Hewlett-Packard ... and so should you." Cramer does own H-P for his Action Alerts PLUS.

Monster

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: "I thought that the new management team would turn things around ... Monster and

ValueClick

(VCLK)

remain challenged. ... Monster, I still think, is being set up to be bought."

Boston Scientific

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: "Let me be very clear. I have disliked Boston Scientific for more than 10 points. ... If you want to be in that cohort, it's gotta be S-T-J,

St. Jude

(STJ)

."

Titanium Metals

(TIE)

: "You know I'm gonna send you immediately to

Allegheny Technologies

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. ... I'm willing to have you in

Freeport

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, cause that's copper and gold."

Schlumberger

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: "This is a great opportunity. ... In the last three days ...

Transocean

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went from $138 to $127 because they did financing. ... At $128, it's like buying Schlumberger at $85 and Schlumberger's at $95. ... I want to buy more but I keep talking about

Transocean, so I'm frozen."

Taser

(TASR)

: "In this market, it's too hard for me. ... I do not want to buy Taser here. Don'tBuy. ... If you want to be in that kind of eclectic area ... buy

Raytheon

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."

*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long CVS Caremark, Hewlett-Packard, Freeport McMoRan, Transocean and and Raytheon.

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