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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" Monday evening:
: "I used to like this stock very much. It is very clear that ... they have too many motorcycles. This stock has finally broken down from the $60 level. It's going down. I don't want to be there. I think you should sell it."
: "I like that company so much. This is a very cool oil-service company ... that I have just been enamored of for a very long time. ... I like the group, and I like FTI."
: "Rite Aid is the kind of stock that does well in a post-Bernanke era. ... I want to pull the trigger right here. I think that that's a great situation."
: Cramer owns this stock for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS. "People thought I was an idiot. But you know what? Stocks don't always tell the truth in their direction. ... I think it goes to $23. It's not too late to pull the trigger."
: "I think TJX is one that you want to own after the quarter. Can I also point out that
is down today, and I think Costco is a classic situation."
: Cramer's been buying Conoco for Action Alerts PLUS. "I think down below $80, that perfect, but
... is way too cheap. I like them both. ... They are both great stocks, and I want to own them both."
: "I like that stock. ... I want to buy some."
: "Oooh, boy. That has been a tough one. ... I liked it for a while. ... The one that I've been recommending that I think is much better" is
, which Cramer owns for Action Alerts PLUS. "I'm going to pull the trigger on it again because I think it's so cheap. ... That's the right play."
: "I'm going to have to ixnay that one. I think you should go into FXLR,
. ... Nice pullback. ... That's the one I want to be in."
: Cramer said the odds of it merging with
are "pretty good now that they have that a la carte menu. Just so we're clear, this thing has taken so long that these two stocks are bleeding. ... I regard it as a call option on the merger. ... It's certainly better than
, but it's not that great."
: "That was a great quarter! ... That was terrific. I think Arris is a good place to be. I don't want you to leave it. I want to stick with that."
: "I don't want to own uranium. I think uranium's too far in the future. ... If you want uranium, I'm going to send you to
Gentiva Health Services
: "This is a home healthcare story that I like very much. ... I think home health care is a great demographic play. I'm with you."
: "Everyone had written off
Chairman Eddie Lampert. ... The numbers aren't that bad. ... I refuse to quit on that. I refuse to quit, because he's a winner. He's made me a lot of money." Cramer owns Sears for his charitable trust.
: "Let me be very honest about this. I have very talented people who know this stock and don't believe it can make it. ... I look at the balance sheets, and I don't like it. ... I don't want to stick with WCI."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long EMC, ConocoPhillips, Corning and Sears.
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