Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Stick With Syneron

People doubt him, but Cramer says Syneron has the best lasers around.
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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" Friday evening:

Huron Consulting Group

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: Even at its 52-week high, Cramer said "that one's got the mojo."

Infosys Technologies

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: "I think that that's a good one." Cramer said he likes

Accenture

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even more. "I think it's cheaper. I think it's better."

Disney

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: "They're doing a terrific job," Cramer said, but Disney's "not exciting enough for this guy, so I'm going to go with some Don'tBuy action."

Charter Communications

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: Cramer recommended selling Charter at $4. "Now the stock's starting to come back down. ... When it gets to $3.60, $3.70, I'm right back in Charter."

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Monster Worldwide

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: Cramer said it's still a takeover target. "The major newspaper companies are so hurting and so desperate," they can't see the solution to their problems -- Monster -- right in front of them, Cramer said. "They should pull the trigger, and you should pull the trigger."

Hasbro

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: "You've got to pull the trigger at Hasbro. ... Hasbro and

Mattel

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are cash machines. They make a ton of money. They are consistent growers."

Syneron Medical

(ELOS)

: "Everyone gave up on it, and I said stick with it. I truly and genuinely believe that their lasers are superior." The doubters believe there's something better out there, but not Cramer. "I'm sticking with ELOS."

Guidance Software

(GUID)

: "We like that here, and I'm not gonna back away from it ... even though it's at $13."

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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