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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" Thursday evening:
: "52-week high, took everybody by surprise, up $4. ... The stock has had a major move. I think it's time to do a little schnitzel. ... How about taking a little big of money out of Target and putting it into
: "52-week high. ... Juniper's just simply not as good as
. ... Swap out of the Juniper. Move into the Cisco."
: "Lots of ways to win. ... However, this group is under a cloud. ... You need to be patient, but I reiterate buy Acadia Pharma." He reminded viewers that Acadia is a speculative name, so it shouldn't take up more than 20% of their portfolios.
: "There is nothing like Omniture. It is the super-Nielsen of the Web. ... Stick with Omniture."
: "All tanker stocks are hitting their 52-week highs. ... Yours doesn't pay the big dividend, but I'm not going to move away from that dry bulk group. It's really terrific."
Advanced Micro Devices
: "I like semiconductors. ... Far be it from me to recommend selling any semiconductor stock."
XM Satellite Radio
: "There's no way we can be in that. ... I'm going to give you a Don'tBuy."
Cal Dive International
: "The perfect stock to own going into hurricane season. ... I like that stock, but people know I like the group."
: "That symbol is HERO. It is my hero. ... As good as HERO is, I am still going to tell you that" RIG, KMX?, and Schlumberger are better.
: "I think Diageo's just OK here," Cramer said. He owned it for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust and rang the register at this spot, so he can't recommend it here.
: "It's a monster! It's on the move!" Cramer also likes
Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold
, which he owns for Action Alerts PLUS.
Cramer was also bullish on
Global Santa Fe
. He was bearish on
Sirius Satellite Radio
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Freeport-McMoRan and Transocean.
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