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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" Friday evening:
: "They canceled an IPO. I don't like the balance sheet. This is not my favorite company in the group. Even at $13, I'm going to reiterate that I can't get behind the medical company Boston Scientific."
: Cramer prefers
in this space. "Raytheon's probably the cheapest."
: "Yours is a winner. Frontline is a buy. I see the stock went down today, but, you know, a lot of stocks went down today. That's a good one."
: "You're speaking to the choir here. Understand, I've owned this stock for a couple of years for my charitable trust,"
Action Alerts PLUS. "This is precisely the kind of stock that does well on a slowdown. ... I want to buy the stock."
: "Every railroad stock has been killed. ... All of them are owned by very big hedge funds. ... People say to themselves, 'I guess all the hedge funds are getting killed.' That is not true. ... I still like the stock."
: "They missed the quarter. You cannot miss the quarter and be a high-multiple stock. Not only did they miss the quarter -- they missed the last quarter. ... I cannot pull the trigger. ... Jones is in the penalty box."
: "I'm blown away by how bad this stock is. Here's a company that's doing absolutely everything right, but no one cares. My take is this: The Limited is too cheap, but I can't think of a catalyst to turn this stock around."
: "People have to understand. Some of these companies are reporting very good numbers, like Trinity. They make rail cars. We have tremendous demand for rail cars. ... When this mortgage mess clears up, I think Trinity comes back. I think that's the kind of stock you buy. ... I'm not backing away."
: "I cannot be in the stock. It's just not the place to be."
( SUPG): "This has a lot of things going for it. ... In many ways, it feels like a junior
. ... I would prefer, if you want to speculate, that you speculate with
( NSTK). ... I think that's a better spec than your spec."
( ASD): "A lot of people don't like industrial companies anymore. ... I endorsed this stock. It then subsequently went down big. ... I frankly don't know why the market hates it so much. ... I'm stickin' by. It's painful, but I'm stickin' by it."
( LKQX): "I like your company. I would stick with it."
Coeur d'Alene Mines
: "I have never been a fan of Coeur d'Alene. They always issue a lot of stock. They never seem to go anywhere. ... I'll stick with
Cramer was also bullish on
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