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'Mad Money Lightning Round': Grab Some Simpletech

Cramers says the gadget market is on fire and the company's chips are in everything.
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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.



: "The gadget market is on fire and their chips are in everything. I'm not backing away, I like them, along with

Micron Technology

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Taiwan Semiconductor

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Atmos Energy

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: "There aren't a lot of utilities at their 52-week high, so that's a sign of strength, but I like

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better for its yield."


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: "I prefer


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over Mattel. I think it's better run than Mattel."

China Green Agriculture

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: "Oh man, why go to China when you can buy



right here in the U.S."

United Parcel Service

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: "UPS is a fabulous company, but they're very non-promotional. They haven't declared a bottom in their conference calls. I'd be a buyer right here."

American International Group

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: "The new CEO is terrific, but there's a big short squeeze going on. I don't think there's a lot of stock left for the common shareholders."


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: "Alcoa, along with

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International Paper

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, can all go higher because there's a lot of aluminum in cars and planes. I'm O.K. with all three."

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington

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