'Mad Money Lightning Round': Charge Up With Ener1 - TheStreet

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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" Tuesday evening:


( HEV): "That's one of my favorite speculations. I think that you want to be in that. It's a lithium battery company. I also like

Sociedad Quimica

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as an even better play."

Pep Boys

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: "Manny, Moe and Jack have no pep left. I do not want to be in that stock. I say sell, sell, sell."

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Brush Engineered Materials

(BW) - Get Report

: "All of these are related to Boeing. If there is a comeback at all coming, it'll be with

United Technologies



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, not with any of these suppliers."

SunTrust Banks

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: "That's not the same SunTrust I once knew and loved. I want to be very honest; it's a shadow of its former self. You need to sell that one."

Owens Illinois

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: "We had the CEO on recently, but I had to sell it for my trust. They've got huge natural gas exposure. Down here at $41 I'm on the fence. I need to see the quarter before I can buy again."


(EXC) - Get Report

: "That's my favorite utility and has been for a long time. That's a growth utility. That one is terrific; they don't need new plants; they've got Nukes!"

Duke Energy

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: "They've got a visionary leader. I like them OK. They've got a good yield, but I like

Consolidated Edison

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more for yield."


(VZ) - Get Report

: "Both Verizon and


(T) - Get Report

are being seen as dead money if Obama wins and stops treating dividends favorably. But I don't buy into that and want to buy both of them here."


(WB) - Get Report

: "Wachovia just now, yes, just now, decided to stop offering adjustable rate mortgages. I do not like Wachovia and I'm very worried about them. "


(EMKR) - Get Report

: "This one is a mosaic of companies. If you want it as a speculative stock, it's OK, but otherwise, this one's not for me."

*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 not long on any stock.

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