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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:
: "You don't have to sell it. ... I am not worried one bit about
. I am reiterating my buy, Blockbuster."
: They're in the fiber-to-the-home deal. ... $5.50 price target even after this run. ... Stay tuned, that was a nice quarter."
: "They don't want to buy
... makes too much sense. Yahoo! should have combined with
, but the egos are too big. I have been selling some." Cramer says Panama, an advertising platform, can't miss here. If it does, they say goodbye to CEO Terry Semel. If Panama does well, then Yahoo! continues its rebound. Cramer owns Yahoo! in his
Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
: "Fifty-two-week high today ... 30. Two thumbs up, but I have to be more skeptical," said Cramer, because he saw Movados for sale at Costco.
: "I have rarely, if ever, seen a company that is more in love with its shareholders than BHP. ... I think BHP goes to 50 bucks. where it should be right now, and I think
is headed to 40."
: "That dividend is good. ... I feel there is a problem with it being in snowmobiles, but they have all-terrain vehicles ... 3% yield is safe. Business is well managed."
: "They have cleared up their asbestos problems. They are a great company again. .. I am a little price-sensitive. This stock has now moved to its 52-week high. ... Wait for a little bit of a pullback."
: "I want you to take it all off. ... I really blew that call. Serial financier of itself ... constantly issuing stock. ... When they did the public offering of 8 million shares ... total gaffing of me."
: "This is a software company that I'd really prefer you not to be in. ... Let's stay away from that sector. Cramer said he is "sceptical' of it, employing the British spelling.
: I like the Nokester right here. I like
, too," Cramer told the caller, who was considering selling Nokia and rolling into P&G. Cramer said, "I basically think that Nokia is going to 25. ... I think Procter stays at 65."
: "How 'bout you swap out of Citi and maybe go into virtually any other bank in the world? ... I guess what I'm saying is you got the worst bank in the world."
*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 Yahoo!.
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