'Mad Money Lightning Round": Go With Best Buy

Cramer said a new broadband TV could boost the stock.
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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:

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

: "If you like Bank of America, you should like

Wells Fargo

(WFC) - Get Report

even more. They've got less leverage and should do even better when the real estate bottom hits."

Clean Energy Fuels

(CLNE) - Get Report

: "Now that the Pickens' Plan fizzled, these stocks have nothing left. We're getting a rally from hedge fund selling; use it to scale out unless you're a speculator."

Best Buy

(BBY) - Get Report

: "I like Best Buy. There's a new broadband TV due to be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show and that could be a whole new product cycle for Best Buy. I want to own that."

Royal Bank of Canada

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: "That one has been hit by the weak Canadian dollar, but I do think that Canadian banks with decent balance sheets will eventually be OK."


(GOOG) - Get Report

: "I feel that Google is having a good quarter and is a decent stock but in the end it's hostage to advertising. That makes it only a mild buy."

Ultra Petroleum


: "I want you to buy more. Natural gas is done going down, that's my prediction. They are the lowest cost producer. I want to buy Ultra."

Goldman Sachs

(GS) - Get Report

: "I've got a new thesis on Goldman. I think they're cheap, their balance sheet is clean and I believe in their CEO. "


(ITRI) - Get Report

: "I recommended this one and I've been wrong, but I'm doubling down right here and re-recommending it."

Cabela's Inc


: "Stop being interested. That one's a walking heart attack. That one is and has been a sell. If you want sporting goods, I'd be in

Dicks Sporting Goods

(DKS) - Get Report


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