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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" Monday evening:
: "I really think you oughta be in
. I'm strictly in the Don'tBuy camp."
: "They went and bought a second-rate cable-box operator. SellSelSell. I release you from that Cisco house of pain."
: "There are two major retailers that are high growth that I like. One is Urban and the other is
( RHAT). If Urban comes back under 30, oh would that be fabulous."
( RHAT): "I want it to come back down. I would rather see you in
Archer Daniels Midland
: "I'm hoping
( SY) reports a light quarter, people sell Archer Daniels, then we can do a 'mon back* on Archer."
( SY): "You may get a chance ... to unload Sybase higher. ... The competition is so difficult. ... But I think it is a flat-line here and you oughta ring the register."
: "Everyone thinks it's gonna be the next CME or CBOT. I think not,
. I think you take the gain and you move on."
: "I don't like the phone companies in general. As long as Tim Donahue remains chairman ...
Sprint is the only one I will give thumbs-up to."
( SFA): This stock is perenially cheap ... But it is not best of breed.
"has the cost advantage."
( SFA): "You don't do anything other than sell. We are not arbitragers. You just got the home run of a lifetime and you want a grand slam. Ring the register!"
( PDC): "Would issue a 'triple buy' if it came back under 65."
( PDC): "I get the sense if I push too hard on the drillers beyond
, I get the sense I would hurt you."
: "You know I like them ... I still would own the stock. So I'm giving it the two thumbs up."
: "May be for my money one of the great secular growth stories. ... I'm endorsing the stock right here, right now, to go through the 60s."
: "The Visteon-Ford deal is not as bad as what GM got from Delphi. But Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
: This is a great American company that nobody talks about. I think Grainger is two thumbs up, way up, and I am shocked that not more people talk about it."
: "I would back up the truck. ... I urge you to regard LLL as not just defense, it's also homeland security. And it is best-of-breed homeland security."
: "I think that stock's OK. I would much rather own
( OVEN): "I think the Chef is flat-lining. My recommendation is go buy
Cramer was bullish on
Archer Daniels Midland
( OVEN) and
Cramer was bearish on
United States Steel
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Halliburton, Microsoft, Occidental Petroleum and St. Joe.
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