To see the full "Mad Money" Recap, please click here.Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Thursday evening:
: "There was a downgrade today. I read the downgrade. I regard it as unfortunate. ... They are creating the premier woman's diagnostic company in the world. ... I want to buy Hologic. ... I haven't said this in a while on the show, but back up the truck HOLX. That downgrade was dead wrong." Cramer owns the stock for his
Action Alerts PLUS.
: "Everyone wants to play Applied Materials for the solar business. ... Applied Materials is not a solar play. It's a semiconductor equipment play, and we know we don't want to be in that business. So ixnay on Applied Materials."
: "Oh, sunshine, I gotta tell you, this one perturbs me. They need to split the company up. ...They need to get the film and TV business out of there. ... Cable is so bad. ... The industry is bad, but Time Warner is good.
CEO and Chairman of the Board Dick Parsons is great and he couldn't figure it out."
NorthStar Realty Finance
: "Everyone's lumping these together and this one doesn't have any subprime. ... I don't like real estate, but I don't think this one's a short like everyone's saying."
Las Vegas Sands
: "I have made mistakes, I have messed up. ... Las Vegas Sands, I liked it, then I went neutral on it after
reported a great number. I want to go back into Las Vegas Sands. I like Las Vegas Sands."
: "I caught this one for about five points and I got off. But it has been a home run and I have not been there. But I think you're right, it is going higher."
: "I gotta tell you, I like the utilities. I think FE recovered nicely from that outage. ... You only need one of these, though.
good and FE's good."
: "You know what,
reported a bad quarter. Xilinx did better, but I am not a buyer of semiconductors. DontBuy Don'tBuy."
: "I recommended it and then it reported a bad quarter. ... The restaurant business is having a bad time. ... I don't like the end markets, the customers."
: "I was disappointed. I'm not gonna go with you on that. If you're gonna own anything apparel why not own
Buffalo Wild Wings
: "No, no, no, no, no! That is a post-momentum bad play. ... That was a bad quarter. ...
is still smoking, and we like
. ... We like Olive Garden, which is
. ... We've got three that we like more than yours."
: "No, no, come on, man. We've got
. ... They're kicking butt in the front of the store. ... You need to swap out of Walgreen now and go into CVS."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long CVS, Hologic and McDonald's.
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