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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:
: "Microsoft happens to be cheaper than at any time I have seen it. Win, win, win, win. I give it this: 'BuyBuyBuy' to start the Lightning Round."
: "I need you to sell Merck, because Merck could lose another 5 points and go right back down to 25."
: "I do think this stock could see 25 by year-end so I need you to stick with it."
, bear. Pepsi Cola reiterated its forecast. ... Do they know how to run a company? ... That stock is going higher."
( ADRX): "I think CAT pulls back to 55, and then it goes to 60. Hey Don Imus, I told you CAT was good."
( ADRX): "You're playing with butane there my friend. I think it is not a first-rate best of breed business. ... I want no part of that industry
( AACE): "They're selling the winners right now. Do not be dissuaded. Wait three days until they press their bet too low. Then you do a 'mon back* on Apple."
Ace Cash Express
( AACE): "These are companies that make the easy money on the people" who are a little difficult to integrate into the banking system. Cramer cautioned that this company could be affected by immigration reform, although he expressed skepticism that such reform would take place.
off a dollar from its high smells like opportunity."
: "It was like bears were crawling around and we stuffed them. So let's just do a little schnitzel
ring the register right here."
: "It was so tempting to ring the register. But I said no ... in 2006 it has accelerated revenue growth along with
: "Can you believe the smoke coming off of that one? Do you know that stock fell down to 103, 104 when it reported? ... I think it goes even higher. ... Don't be shaken out."
: "We get all freaked out by that $400 number. ... We're not crying over that decline."
: "I think sleep apnea is one of those conditions you need to stay focused on and I like ResMed."
: "I can't get behind this Bottomline. I don't think it's good enough."
( ESLR): "I'm not going to say back up the truck when it comes to Fuel Cell but I will
: "I think that Disney and Bob Iger are gonna have a better year than last year."
Cramer was bullish on
ACE Cash Express
United Parcel Service
Cramer was bearish on
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Microsoft and UnitedHealth Group.
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