'Mad Money Lightning Round': McDonald's a Bargain

Cramer said investors should pick up the stock on the pullback.
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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:


(MCD) - Get Report

: "Yes! It's down big today. It's unbelievable. This is the level to pull the trigger. Keep buying if it goes lower."

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Rio Tinto

(RTP) - Get Report

: "I like that company and it's management. I will pull the trigger on any pullback. "

Trinity Industries

(TRN) - Get Report

: "I'm blown away by how bad they've done. Railcars are down, wind is down, their whole business is bad."

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Kraft Foods


: "Poorly managed! It should be a buy but they keep executing badly. They missed the train."



: "It's doing well but the stock is too expensive. It's way too high."



: "Nah, I'm not interested in aerospace. It was a good stock, but now it's a don't-buy."

Chicago Mercantile Exchange

(CME) - Get Report

: "I don't like that group. If I had to pick one it'd be

NYSE Group


for the dividend."


(DRYS) - Get Report

: "No. I'm only recommending

Nordic American Tanker

(NAT) - Get Report

; that's your play."

BB&T Corp

(BBT) - Get Report

: "I don't like this one. I can't get behind it anymore. It's not going to be a bank that I'm going to get behind."

Manulife Financial

(MFC) - Get Report

: "I think the life insurers are not that good. I want you to sell it on any strength."

Union Pacific

(UNP) - Get Report

: "I own this for my trust. I say it goes higher."


(BP) - Get Report

: "I'm pulling the trigger on this one. It could pull below $40, but I want to buy some on any weakness."

World Wrestling Entertainment

(WWE) - Get Report

: "I need growth in order to recommend a stock, and I can't behind it."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Union Pacific.

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