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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Toyota on Slick Road

Cramer says the Japanese automaker is in the 'crosshairs' of a lot of macro trends.

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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:



: "This is our favorite in the laser area. That said, we have been iffy on the laser area. ... You want to be a buyer."

Lawson Software


: "I like Lawson. ... Frank Curzio ... thinks this is a winner. I'm with him. ... That said, I like


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: "I think it's in the crosshairs of a lot of big macro trends, including debt problems. ... Don'tBuy."

International Game Technology

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: "The stock is up a buck and change. Let's ring the register. ... I'd be forked in tongue if I didn't tell you to

sell some."



: "I have been telling people


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, Hologic, Hologic. ... That'll be the better play."

Deutsche Telekom

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: "Buy a little Deutsche Tel! ... I like


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, I like Deutsche Tel, I like


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. I like Ivan Seidenberg from


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Spartan Motors

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: "Earnings aren't there. I don't want you there. ... I am sending people to


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in that space."

Baker Hughes


: "Did not have a good last quarter. ... I like the industry so much, I like the company so much, I am going with you. ... I like the group. ... I like all the drillers. You're in great shape."

Phillips-Van Heusen

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: "They gave me really bad guidance. ... They sounded like that guy from


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... I want the guy from Phillips-Van Heusen management to come on the show and tell me why I shouldn't say SellSellSell."

*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 International Game Technology and Hologic.

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