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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:

Ultra Petroleum


: "I have to tell you I don't know anybody who's saying to buy these except the buyers. ... Natural gas is hopelessly out of fashion. ... I want you to buy."


( MHP): Terry McGraw had a lot of good things to say ... but I'm not buying it. ... I wanna wait. I think you'll get paid to wait."



: "I have always been shocked that this stock has been as low as it is. ... There's so much competition. ... I don't want to be aggressive. ... I've been buying

Discovery Holding

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. They are the only communication TV business that I want to own right now."

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: "We have not been fans of Broadcom for many, many years here. ... It's a real competitive marketplace. There's no edge to owning it. ... I don't like the segment ... but I do like


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Trimble Navigation

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: "GPS is now too competitive. ... I don't want to touch it. ... I would use any price increase that we get above $70 to sell


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, too."


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: "The guidance was in line, we obviously wanted a blowaway guidance. We didn't get that. ... I think that you should be on the MercadoLibre secondary. This thing has been down and down hard, and I think it's a mistake. BuyBuyBuy."


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: "It wasn't a great quarter ... the iPod numbers were not what I wanted. ... I'm being much more price sensitive. ... At $120, I will get intrigued by Apple again. ... until then you're not gonna see me pull the trigger."

First Solar

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: "I just saw a piece about how First Solar is gonna be hurt by a recession. ... I think First Solar's cheap. ... I would leg in to some ... and I would pull it at the top."

Southern Copper

( PCU): "No! I do not believe it is a takeover target. ... I do believe it is dirt cheap. ... I am not going to make a big bet on copper here. ... I just think it's gonna be dead money. Don'tBuy."

Northrop Grumman

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: "Either way, I would own Northrop. ... I also like


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but ... off commercial -- not military. ... I think Northrop Grumman is generating too much cash flow to stay down here. ... I reiterate my recommendation."



: "We doubled down at $15, it got to the mid-$20s. ... We never looked back."


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: "Let's make this really clear. ... There was a dispute about how they were really doing. ... I feel really strongly that AT&T and


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... should be bought. Below $35 may have been the single best buy of this market. ... I want to pull the trigger at $35. ... There's too much negativity

on Verizon, AT&T. Not enough negativity for


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: "You gotta look on the front page of

The New York Times

. ... Cities are cutting back. It's too costly. ... That is right in Aecom's breadbasket. ... The perception of municipalities not being able to spend have made that company a distinct Don'tBuy."

Texas Instruments

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: "They actually had a great conference call. ... Because of the cohort, which are products that go into the consumer products ... no one wants to own TXN, except you and me."

*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 Discovery Holding.

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