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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': ValueClick Has Value

Cramer says there aren't a lot of companies out there like ValueClick.

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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:


(UN) - Get Report

: "I'm on the fence, I like Unilever very much. ... Really good products, much better management. ... But

Procter & Gamble

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reports next week. ... I prefer Procter at $72 than Unilever."



: "You know, I recommended this stock. I had a pretty good run with it. I feel like I'm overstaying my welcome. ... I personally feel like let's just take the gain. Speaking of taking gains... let's ring the register on

Smith & Wesson





: "You are thinking like me. ... I recommended the company at $26, it goes to $28. The company announces a disappointing quarter, every one freaks out, and I say come on! ... My take is that ValueClick, I think you buy it. It's scarce, there are not a lot of properties like that."


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: "I like the quarter. ... This was a really high-quality quarter. I like that stock. UPS is doing quite well. I like that company very much."

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: "Yes! The stock tacked on a quick four yesterday. ... Now, here's the deal. Omniture, I've been saying over and over again, is a company you cannot be on the Web without. ... Omniture is what you use to shift ads to where all the users are... and I still think Omniture will not be public a year from now. But it is still going to make money for you now."


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: "I feel very importantly that Aecom is top of the heap, a great infrastructure play."

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: "That company's run by a guy named Marc Benioff

Chairman & CEO who's really quite good. ... I jumped the queue and put


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ahead of CRM. But I'll stick with CRM."

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At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned.

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