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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:
( AEOS): "Fifty-two-week high. One little glitch. ... I would rather recommend right here right now,
is a fun place to shop. It is not a fun stock to own. ... I need you to swap out of that. Go to the mall, take a look at the stores on either side of it, and buy those."
: "I like Disney," Cramer said, in mock sadness because the caller wasn't aware of his recommendation on
( ITU): "This is a terrific bank. ... This is a play on the middle class
in Brazil, and they bank at Banco Itau."
: "You know, I got eBay wrong, but I then apologized to everybody. I think eBay is having a very strong Christmas. I expect an upside surprise for eBay."
: "Very problematic name. ... When I see all this stuff
that the company manufactures grouped into one thing," Cramer says he would just rather buy
and UAUA (
) are all stocks that I am recommending for trades, for a while here, but don't get carried away."
: "If you're going to go to Latin America to buy transports, you're gonna buy
: "This is just one of the few companies in the air pollution space that is making really good money ... I want a pullback before I recommend Fuel Tech."
( NMX): "A little soon for NMX ... I will tell you without a doubt that Nymex is not worth as much as it vs. the
New York Stock Exchange
: "Often considered to be the best of breed, right along with
. I want you to own that stock."
( TRMP): "The bonds are moving up. ... now the most undervalued casino player. ... In December, I believe they are going to win the Pennsylvania casino contract."
Double Hull Tankers
: "A 12% yielder, but remember what it's leveraged to. ... it's leveraged to tankers ... because there are many, many tankers coming on stream."
: "I'm backing the truck* up. This company is the best of breed, and it sells at a lower multiple than the other pharmaceuticals."
: "A great, great play on all the road construction out in California."
( DIVX): "I said take a little off the table. I feel like we're overstaying our welcome."
*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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