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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:
: "OK, here's what I'm telling people in MasterCard, I like the story the same as ever. ... It's a story about worldwide going from paper to plastic. ... My issue is Visa is coming public. I'm worried people might sell MasterCard to buy Visa. ... I want you to be in a position to buy MasterCard back. That's why I said to take profits."
( BBI): "No! When
Chairman and Chief Executive John Antioco got axed, we said SellSellSell and we never looked back."
: "I still don't like the stock. ... That's a dot-com relic that keeps trying to come back. It's got a vampire feel to it but I be Van Helsing."
: "That stock's been cut in half. ... I'm not going there. I like
and I got my buddy pal
, and in this market you need the bluest of blue chips."
: "Your stock is a buy. It's a rest-of-worlder. ... It's got great military business. It's firing on all cylinders. ... I wanna buy Textron here."
: "No, no, I've had it with Macy's. I've had it with
Chairman,President and Chief Executive Officer Terry Lundgren. I recommended
. ... The truth is only
are working. ... Anytime I go down the food chain in retail, I am just slaying people."
: "Oh, you caught that! And don't forget you got the big dividend! Well done. ... Everybody laughed at me about the
thing. I've been hating Starbucks for 15 points and one of the reasons is I love McDonald's."
Art Technology Group
( ARTG): "No, you don't. Frankly, ARTG ain't that good. ... Internet customer management, ixnay on that. I recommend
: "I'm a believer in Olin. ... I say stick with Olin."
Abercrombie & Fitch
: "I am a believer in that store, but I have had to limit the number of retailers I can recommend. ... I like it but I can't recommend any more of these retailers."
: "They had a great quarter, I like that quarter very much. But if I like the quarter, I'm gonna go to
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