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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:

Advanced Micro Devices

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: "Two points down, 10 points up. That's a fabulous risk/reward. Let's pull the trigger

on AMD."

Secure Computing

( SCUR): "I think

Symantec

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is best of class, and that's what I want to buy, not SCUR."

Rite Aid

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: "Everybody is scared to death of every drugstore stock (because of

Wal-Mart's

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cut-rate prescription drug sales). ... My speculative stock right here is RAD."

Cameco

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: Cramer said problems with uranium supply are bearish for Cameco. "Ring the register."

SAIC

(SAI)

: "Pull the trigger."

OM Group

(OMG)

: "The whole specialty-metals group (

Brush Engineered

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,

Allegheny

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), they're back, bigger than ever."

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Rockwell Automation

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: "That quarter looked really good to me. .. I want to buy Rockwell. ...

Cummins

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is good. My conclusion, buy

Caterpillar

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."

Valero Energy

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: "The buyback is huge, but the stock is hated. I can only fight the tape for so many names."

Whirlpool

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: The Whirlpool-Maytag should never have been allowed by Justice. But remember what kind of government -- of the corporations, by the corporations, for the corporations -- we have. ... Whirlpool's going to 100."

Boston Scientific

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: "The coated stents are actually great. ... Both

J&J

(SYMBOL)

, which I own for my

Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust, and Boston Scientific are going higher. ... I wanna buy BSX. Half the position now and half if it goes back to that 14 low."

Rare Hospitality

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: I like that stock. I endorse it."

Electronic Arts

( ERTS): "Weak quarter coming. Doesn't matter ... all that hardware's about to ship."

Cramer was also bullish on

Halliburton

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,

*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 Halliburton and Johnson & Johnson.

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