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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:
: "Shipping business, I like dry bulk shipping more. ... But Frontline is really good. I would buy some Frontline. ... Frontline's too cheap, I would buy some."
: "Here's what I want you to do. As soon as the show's over, I want you to go download on Parker-Hannifin's site the Q&A. It is brilliant. ... That was a remarkable quarter. ... That was the best industrial quarter. ... You must, must, must read that conference call. ... That guy's
Chairman and CEO Donald E. Washkewicz Peyton Manning!"
: "This now has gotten all absurd. ... It has like $77 million in revenues. ... It's going higher. ... Let's sell half the First Solar so we don't later on get nailed on this one."
: "That quarter was just
, man. That was just a miserable quarter. Couldn't see a good thing about it. That is a SellSellSell."
: "Did you see that? Did you see that growth? We like China Mobile. ... Have you sold any? You should take out your investment capital and let the rest run."
: Of the fertilizer stocks, Cramer said he likes
. "After then, only then do I like Terra Nitrogen. SellSellSell."
Johnson & Johnson
: "Keep looking. We've said avoid that stock for a long time. There's nothing there other than Warren Buffett owning it. ... JNJ ixnay." Cramer said he likes
more. "I would back the truck up Schering before I'd by a share of JNJ."
: "I got a hankering now for
more than Foster Wheeler. ... I'm not backing away from Foster, but Shaw is cheaper."
: "Why not? That was a monster quarter. ... I like JAKK. I want you to stick with it. I think it goes to $30."
International Game Technology
: "IGT is a terrific way to play all the different states trying to make money with slots. ... It's also the way to play Macau. ... I want you to buy it. If you own it already, I want you to keep it."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long International Game Technology.
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