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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:
: "We got on that horse, we rode the horse high. ... We said sell it and it's been going down ever since. ... I say no, sell Jones. And sell
( HANS), too. I don't like any of those."
: "The Radian conference call was a nightmare. ... I do not believe they can raise the capital. ... I am sure glad I don't work at Radian."
( FNM): "I am so concerned about Fannie Mae. ... I believe the problem with Fannie Mae is ... the mortgage insurance problem. ... Basically, what I am saying is I wish Fannie Mae was able to get some of those bad loans off its balance sheet, but it can't. ... I cannot get behind Fannie Mae right here."
: "I am not going to walk away from this stock. ... Though, once again, I like
. That is one I am really behind."
Trico Marine Services
( TRMA): "Trico is not bad. ... Trico is better than
( OLL). But nothing is better than
. ... I like Core Labs,
, and Trico."
( CML): "Reminds me of a mini-
, but VMware is
( BQI): "I think if you got the right tax regime up there in Alberta, we would start getting some pin action up there."
: "No, we think that's another
. ... We caught a double in that and then we took profits."
( CFC): "Wow, you know, I can't say it's a buy opportunity. I don't like that group. ... If I wanted that group, I would go buy
: "I want you to sell AIG. ... Why? Because ... I can't value their portfolio. ... We don't know what that stuff is worth."
: "It goes down because that is selling into the worst market. ... I really believe in retail, but so far I've been proven dead wrong. ... Am I backing away? No, but I'd rather be in
: "I think Nova Gold, if they win this contract dispute, they will be the depositor of an incredible amount of cheap gold. ... That's why I think it's worthwhile."
: "We had decided to go negative when we said
Chief Executive Officer Jim Croweis welcome on this show ... and he has dodged us. ... We can't get Jim on the phone. As long as I can't get him on the phone, how can I be accountable? That conference call was miserable, guys are leaving the company. ... He has hung me out to dry."
Old National Bancorp
: "People aren't buying these banks right now. Until the
cuts 100 basis points, I don't want to touch these banks."
Superior Offshore International
( DEEP): "No, we're not behind that one. It's a low-quality oil services company. We are sticking with Transocean. ... Only deepwater offshore drilling is where we're gonna make money."
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long AIG and Transocean.
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