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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" Thursday evening:
: "Not my favorite. I do like the shippers. ... I like
. ... The Chinese are playing hardball, and I think you buy the shippers here. I like Diana here. I think that's the better one."
Sirius Satellite Radio
: "Sirius is going to go to $1 or $2 if they don't get the merger done, and it's going to go to $6 or $7 if they do get the merger done. ... I think that's a pretty good risk. They have had a ton of hearings on this merger. They've had more hearings on this merger than on Iraq. ... I am bullish on Sirius."
: "No, no, no, no. We like
, not Sohu. Sohu is a competitor. Baidu is the way to play China."
: "I had to give up. ... I believed and believed and believed. ... I think the insurers are pushing back, which is why I had to resort to
. ... Celgene's the name."
: "You know, it just had a very big run and I feel like it's an OK name. ... I like security, but I'm gonna send you to a bigger one --
. Let's stick with mine."
: "I think Lowe's is just way too low. ... I reiterate that I like retail here because it's worked every single time after the
cuts. ... Everyone who wants to sell Lowe's is out of the stock. ... Lowe's gets in my pantheon of retailers I want to own right now."
Burlington Northern Santa Fe
: "May I tell you that the better case is
. ... Union Pacific has the better breadth, it makes more money per car. ... Union Pacific, not BNI."
: "I like Goldcorp. I gotta tell you, I was stunned by how good
numbers were. ...There's also
. And don't forget about
. ... Every one should own a gold stock. I use
: "They reported a good quarter." Cramer said he liked WYN more than he likes
Las Vegas Sands
Chipotle Mexican Grill
: "I said it was too high. ... It hasn't made you money till you've rung the register. I want people to ring the register on Chipotle."
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