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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:
: "Taking a little napper, Rudy Mc Faddy. ...Let it take a little nap and then it will start going higher."
: "A diamond company with no inventory
reflective of high demand. ... This stock has been such a laggard from the Web. Let's reiterate my buy right now."
Abercrombie & Fitch
: "Started this great retail run. It's at its 52-week high. If you haven't taken any profits, you should." But Cramer said the stock probably will move up some more.
Advanced Medical Optics
: "They just cut their forecast today. I don't want to touch that. ... It's too bad you didn't keep the company that spun it off though,
." Cramer said he would swap out of Advanced Medical Optics and go to Allergan on any weakness.
( MOT): "I would sell both of them. ... I like everything else tech except for those: cell phones, semiconductors."
Enterprise Products Partners
( EPT): "Moves energy around. ... I'll give it one thumb up ... not a lot of growth."
: "When I think of all the terrific high-end plays, Tiffany and
are the two that disappoint me." Cramer offered
: "Quite simply not a great quarter. ... I have so many stocks where the profit margins are exploding. Why do I need Express Scripts?"
: "Has been disappointing. ...
( FO) might be a better liquor play. ... I am not a beer guy."
: "The stock is just marking time here. ... Growth rate of 22% deserves to sell at 30 times earnings."
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