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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:
: "We might as well go with the big dogs. ... On a pullback, we got the
down a buck. ... That's my gift to you."
: "If I'm gonna do medical technology ... I like the
Smith & Wesson
: "The government is owned and operated not by the corporations, but by the NRA. ... I'd own that stock up to 10."
: "I suggest that you sell Tyco, if not totally boycott. ... And literally, on any other conglomerate, you'll make money."
: "Down 17% for the year. ... If you want the safety, I'd go to Becton Dickinson. ... But I like this stock down here."
: "What is not to like about Qwest? ... Every time I mention that stock , the
picks it up like I am the Pied Piper of Qwest. ... Next stop, $10."
: "I think you should be in
. "Cheaper, better and more fun."
is too cheap. ... I like this stock under 35. Two thumbs up, way up."
was formerly run by Brezhnev, and then Gorbachev came in. ... The Kremlin has been destroyed. Long live freedom. ... I meant that Michael Eisner is no longer running Disney. Bob Iger is."
: "A call
options on the base metals."
: "I would rather see you in
Capital One Financial
. ... They can even make more money than a pawn shop."
: "John Deere that was a monster quarter. ... I like Deere. You should stick with Deere to 75."
Cramer was bullish on
, Exxon Mobil, Becton Dickinson, Smith & Wesson,Cytyc, Qwest Communications, Yamana Gold, Countrywide Financial, Disney,EuroZinc Mining, Capital One Financial and Deere.
Cramer was bearish on Forest Oil, Respironics, Tyco, Bema Gold and EZ Corp.
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