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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:
: "I think that Goldman Sachs has been bottoming between $160 and $175. I have tremendous faith that that bottom is going to hold. If it goes back down there, I want you to buy." Cramer said CEO Lloyd Blankfein is "a great man, and I am trusting him to deliver a great number next year." Cramer owns Goldman Sachs for his charitable trust,
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: "Too risky. ... A not-great diagnostic play. ... I've got
( IMA), which is down 10 points. Nobody likes it. ... I've been buying it for the trust. I say swap out of your OraSure and get into my Inverness."
Whole Foods Market
( WFMI): "I am very pro the merger. I am not pro the valuation. The stock is too rich. ... On 'Mad Money,' we never buy stocks with price-to-earnings multiples that are twice the growth rate."
( DT): "I wish that I had pulled the trigger at $15. I felt that it was so right. ... So I missed a couple of smackers. It's got a 5% yield. Is it doing well? No, but ... it'll take off. I like
: "I'd rather be in a Chilean airline pretty much than any other place in the world. ... The problem is, I don't like airlines."
: "Garmin can go to $120.
can go to $150.
going to $550.
Research In Motion's
( RIMM) going all the way back to par, and your stock -- you hold on to it."
Cramer was also bullish on
( ERTS) and
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Goldman Sachs, Inverness Medical, Transocean and XTO Energy.
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