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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:
: "I think is one of the better restaurant concepts, not the best. ... So swap out of the CAKE, and get into the
: "I think you should do a 'mon back* on Suncor. It's got the biggest assets of any of the alternative energy plays."
: "That company is just not for me. ... I think it's a House of Pain."
: "I said to do a 'mon back at 14, and now the stock's moving. If it comes back a little, we stay long and buy more."
: "This is really a boring company that distributes a lot of plain vanilla stuff. ... I'm not going to recommend it."
: "Ring the register. I don't know if there's a takeover bid (from
: "LG.Philips stinks. I want you out of the stock now."
: "As soon as I recommend this stock, it goes up 5 bucks. ... And then Merrill Lynch ... has the lack of gratitude to downgrade the stock. Basically, Allegheny Tech is not done
: "You ring the register on
( NTMD) and you go into Cincinnati Bell. Three-dollar stock that I think goes higher."
( ESLR): "We are not generic-drug
maker buyers. ... We are selling Mylan."
( NTMD): "The scripts (prescriptions) are awful for this stock. ... I stuck my neck out on this stock and I got my neck cut off. This stock is flat-lining."
( ESLR): "Evergreen Solar at one point today was up 1.75. Ka-ching, Ka-ching, Ka-ching."
: "Ten points in five straight days. ... I need you to sell it right now. That is ridiculous. And you short-sellers, sorrrrrrrrry."
: "This remains on my closely watched buy list."
: "You know I like online transactions. ... You know I think that stock goes higher. I'm doing a 'mon back."
( NEOL) is taking down a huge piece of real estate in New York .... On that alone and the fact I don't like the quarter, I'm hitting the sell button."
( NEOL): "I want to put a pin in it
revisit. Let me do more work before I hit the bull button."
: "I like ManTech. ... I think these guys are ... basically the CIA and FBI is where you outsource to them."
: "I do think this stock could inch its way back up to par
: "This may be the single-cheapest stock in the book. I have taken a look at their book from afar. ... Seagate, I don't want a share sold, and if it goes back to 22, I'm backing the truck up, the big dump truck."
: "You come on my show all the way from Florida and you hit me with that five dollar...?"
: "That stock on a pullback is monstrous. LCD screens are
. Don't forget
*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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