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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" Tuesday evening:
: "Great management, good dividend. Two thumbs up."
: "Can I keep you in this hemisphere? ... I'm sending you to
. ... Don't forget
: "The stock has been acting like (barking dog sound), but not like Vonage the Dog."
: "I'm not going to recommend the stock to you until it goes to a 52-week low, and that's a discretionary product." Cramer says discretionary spending will suffer with a
hawkish on inflation.
: "That's a diesel manufacturer. If you want diesel ... you gotta buy
: The only semi outfit that Cramer says is going to have better-than-expected earnings is
, and he still doesn't want to buy that.
: "I'm swapping out of yours and going into
: "That's no House of Pain, that is a veritable city block of pain. ... You know what Ben Bernanke wants to do to D.R. Horton? I think he wants to burn down the D.R. Horton house. ... Be careful with homebuilders."
: "Kind of a mosaic of oil services, not that high-quality. ... You can get out of that and move into
, and you'll do much better."
: "That stock is in sell mode. ... I think you have to hold Peabody here, but expect turbulence."
: "I think that Palomar is terrific. ... I must do a segment on companies that get rid of wrinkles because all of them are just smoking."
, it has been red hot. It is now cooling. ... I think you buy it in stages. I recognize the falling knife, but I don't look like a butcher block..."
Cramer was bullish on:
Palomar Medical Technologies
Cramer was bearish on
American Oriental Bioengineering
China Yuchai International
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