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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" Monday evening:
Sirius Satellite Radio
: "If the government were to allow Sirius to merge with
, you would overnight have a $6 stock on your hands." If the merger doesn't go through, though, Cramer sees Sirius going to $2, and he fears one of the two companies could go out of business.
: "I think the tower business is a great business. ... AMT is best in show."
: "One of these terrific, independent oil companies. Company's worth a lot more than what it's selling for. ... I want you in that stock, and I want you in here."
Capital One Financial
: "While I like the credit card business long term ... Capital One has mortgage problems. ... That acquisition they made of GreenPoint is not working. ... I think you should get out of the stock."
: "This is one of the worst situations I've come across in a long time. ... The opportunity cost is too high. I want you even down here to sell it. Bit of a train wreck when it comes to forecasting."
: "I believe very strongly that Schlumberger's going higher. I want you in the stock. Let's wait for some weakness. If that stock pulls back to 72, 73" -- Cramer then made a back-up-the-truck* gesture.
: "We would much rather own
: "Doing fine, 50 cents off its high. I'm not backing off that spec
: "I was tempted to say take profits. There's still too much opportunity. It remains on my buy list, along with
: "I think a lot of the upside is already in. ... I don't want to touch. I think it's gotten too expensive."
: "We like
first." Cramer's next two gold picks are
Cramer also was bullish on
*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 Capital One Financial.
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