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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" Thursday evening:
( MOT): "Don't give up. Motorola is worth so much more that $6. How did it get all the way down to $6? Carl Icahn is in there and in Carl we trust. It's a really good speculative name."
: "I think it's too aggressive. I like
and that's the one I want to buy."
: "This is a great American manufacturing company. They're making real solutions and I'd be buying it aggressively right here."
( BQI): "This group got too hot. They may pull back a bit, but I'm a believer, and I would stick with that one."
: "I think this one is really good. This is the kind of company I really like -- good dividend, good yield. I think you have a winner there, you stick with it."
: "No, I have been extremely bearish on this one. I'm reiterating that I can't stand it. Not with
under $55, how could you even consider Under Armour?"
: "Tech is so awful right now. There isn't a single tech stock doing well. Salesforce is doing well, but no one cares. I want to stay away from that one."
Compagnie Generale de Gophysique
( CGV): "You have to buy more. This is an unbelievable thing. This is the only oil service company at a 52-week low and I'm salivating to go buy some."
United Parcel Service
: "Fabulous company, can't own it. Costs are out of control ... same with
. I can't make a case for UPS until they have two good quarters back to back."
: "No, no. You're killing me. I don't want to stick with any tech names right now. "
*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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