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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:
: "I don't particularly like the oils here. ... One thumb up, that's all I can give it."
: "That thing is flat-lined. ... Move on, Tellabs. ... We like in that space one stock, and that stock is
: "That's a bearish stock. ... You need to sell Pacific Ethanol nine ways to Sunday."
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
: "Another stock that could barely make the quarter. And so what if
needs the big tires?
: "Is this a whole trick Lightning Round? ... I've been set up. ... Lucent is awful. ... It's merging with
. That's horrible pin action. ... SellSellSellSellSellSellSellSellSell."
: "Need I remind you that
, that $100,000 stock, was at $200
in the early '80s? ... It's
Sears been a big win, and I am not budging." Cramer owns shares for his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
: "That's a good play. It's fiber optics, cable. It's not gonna set the world on fire, but I'll give it a thumb up."
: "You stand there like a stone wall," Cramer told the caller, in reference to holding the stock. "Time Warner is back. Cable is back. ... I like what he's
CEO Dick Parsons doing. ... It's worth backing the truck* up."
: "I like the pipelines. But I have to like
more than I like El Paso. ... I like ENB, and I like ETP (
Energy Transfer Partners
all more than EP."
: "I think it's just taking a vacation in Brazil," Cramer said. "You load up the boat. Don't forget, 10% yield, much better than a sharp stick in the eye."
: "Variable annuities weren't so good. ... That said, MetLife is a winner." Cramer said don't pull the trigger until Met gets downgraded.
: "Kinda stalled here at 55. ... On that downgrade ... and not until then, you come out with guns blazing."
: "I'd hold on to AutoZone."
*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings.
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