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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:
: "It is worth something. You know, the guys (KKR and
) walked away from the deal, and the stock's down to $80. ... Let's look at Harman International the last week in December, and I bet we'll find something worth buying, but not yet."
: "Ixnay! ... Let's not outthink this. ... We've got
. ... We bank with
Cisco CEO John Chambers. In John Chambers we trust."
: "When you look at the weak dollar, let me tell you something: I think that a
from South Korea or an
could snatch this company up at $60 bucks, and it'd still make sense. I want to own AK Steel. I want to own it."
: "I was going to do a segment on Global Payments because I like the mix of business, but I couldn't find a single catalyst to make that stock go higher. I think you made some money. I think you should leave Global Payments."
: "Three boos! ... I think that
, which by the way is one of the best-run companies in the world, I still want to own. ... But MPEL, oh, no, they can't even build a casino. I bank with the Wynns, because they're bankable."
: "Look, I like it, but I've gotta go with best of breed,
( WMI). ... You want to get in that waste game, you've got to go with the waste king."
: "That stock is just in a resting pattern. I wouldn't worry about it. They just upped the dividend. ... Dr. Cramer says stick with that one and buy more Altria. If it goes below $65, it'll be the highest-yielding stock in the
, and I want that. I want that yield." Cramer owns Altria for
Action Alerts PLUS, his charitable trust.
: "Intuitive Surgical is one of our great growers," along with
Research In Motion
( RIMM) and
. "It's right in there, and we are sticking with it. ... These are companies with real earnings, and in the case of Google, actually cheap!"
: "I've been weighing this stock myself because I believe in Mitch Kaplan, who runs E*Trade. ... I am willing to bet that that stock has come down enough to begin to buy it. ... I have to say Don'tBuy because I was candidly shocked at how bad the mortgage exposure was. So I'm still reeling from that."
: "As soon as I hear broadband, I'm just gonna keep sending you back to Cisco. ... I have to worry about this group, because I just think the guy that's in charge of this whole group is John Chambers."
: "On an earnings basis, it goes to $120. But I would never fight anyone from taking a profit in FCX. It's a horse. I think it goes higher, but if you want to take some off the table ... not a lot, I just think it's up huge." Cramer owns Freeport-McMoRan for his charitable trust.
: "This is one of the hardest businesses in the world. It's got a bunch of stores in the Midwest and South. No, no. I'm out there right now with my neck out there, telling you to buy
. ... I'm recommending almost no retailers at all. ... One retailer that I'm going to reiterate that I like very much" is
, said Cramer. "There's a retailer to buy! ... It's not just a retailer; it's a mass cult."
Buffalo Wild Wings
: "They didn't do a good job in the quarter. And while we like the management, we like companies that deliver, and they failed to deliver. ... The only restaurant that has not only not failed to deliver but is actually
. I want you to swap out of the Wing man and get into the Chipotle."
: "We're not going to buy Garmin, up $4 today. ... I think Garmin rocks. I don't want to buy it up here, but I certainly want to stick with Garmin."
Cramer was also bullish on
Procter & Gamble
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Freeport-McMoRan, Altria and Goldman Sachs.
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