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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:

Linn Energy


: He said Chairman Michael Linn locked in high natural gas rates that will assure shareholders of a safe dividend for the next three years. He said this is stock is a buy.

LSI Logic

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: He said it's an incredibly cheap stock. He said he's been searching for ages for a catalyst for this stock without success. He said there's no reason to pull the trigger on this one.


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: He said the stock is a winner, with its combination of mass transit and defense.

Sears Holding


: He said the stock is a metaphor for the market, having been cut in half and doubled. He said the company could turn it around in the long term.

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AK Steel

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" He said the company is one of the top 10 performers in the S&P in this quarter, but he likes


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