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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Molson Coors on Tap

Cramer prefers the Canadian-Rocky Mountain combo to Anheuser-Busch.

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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:

Bucyrus International


: The recent selling of


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, another mining-equipment manufacturer, "is misplaced," said Cramer. "These companies sell 'round the world. ... So I say ... buy BUCY down here."


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: "I still think there's another 3 or 4 downside points to Amgen. ... Might I add that I don't like

Johnson & Johnson

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, either. ... I like


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. ... It's at 64. I think it goes to 74."

Fuel Tech

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: "This is a speculative stock, but it is speculative Friday, so I will endorse it.'

Infineon Technologies


is one of the "second-rate tech companies," Cramer said. "We recommend

Texas Instruments

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... but we don't like the semiconductor group."

Penn Virginia


: "This is an oil and gas exploratory company, and I like the sector so much ... but I think that it's better to go with the drillers. ... King Hal (


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, that's what I want you in." Cramer owns Halliburton for

Action Alerts PLUS, his charitable trust.

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: "They've got real major problems. ... Their numbers are high. ... I'm going to send you to TAP (

Molson Coors

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). ... I prefer


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TheStreet Recommends



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Edison International

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: "One of the great utilities. ... It is at a 52-week high. ... Let's take a little off the table and let the rest run."

Comtech Telecommunications

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: "I've been looking at this stock for a long time, and it just goes up and up. ... It escapes me why this stock" keeps going higher, Cramer said. "Ring the register."


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: "I'd rather be in


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. ... I'm not gonna jump up and down about it."


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: CEO "Bob Iger has done a remarkable job. I think people who didn't like that quarter, I think they're nuts. ... I'm sticking with Iger. I think the stock is an up stock. ...


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and Disney are my two favorite stocks to buy for kids."

Cramer was also bullish on

Gilead Sciences

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L-3 Communications

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Lockheed Martin

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*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 Halliburton.

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