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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" Friday evening:
: "This company came up with some incredible inhaler that is just going to change the way blood pressure is regulated in this country. This just went up 40 and I think it may have another 40. BuyBuyBuy."
: "Stock's up on a spike. Let's swap out of that and go into
, which I think is bigger and better."
: "You know what I want to do every day, I want to buy more! ... It is taking it right to
and right to
. This one is the real deal. ... It could go up 9 points."
St. Jude Medical
: "No, the stock has had a big run. ... I like
. ... I am not gonna recommend St. Jude here. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
: "The stock has been killed. The Japanese market is awful. ... I vastly prefer
to Toyota now. ... Let's swap out of Toyota and get into Ford."
Affiliated Computer Services
( ACS): "To me, this one is way too dangerous. Who the heck knows what's going on there? ... I don't want to go near that stock. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."
: "Here's the deal... Cisco reports and it is going to be, I think, terrific."
: "I'm amazed the stock went up to $47 given its exposure to housing. ... At this level, I do not want to buy it. I don't see anything to recommend the stock at $47."
: "I got into so much trouble with Dendreon once. ... Dendreon is just a failed biotech that I want nothing to do with."
: "I want you to sell Eaton Vance. ... Not great quarter, in particular because they have a lot of products and they're not selling well."
: "That stock deserves to be higher.
Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg did a fabulous job. ... He has been a monster CEO. ... I would unhesitatingly BuyBuyBuy."
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