'Mad Money Lightning Round': Ride Union Pacific

Cramer says it has the most upside of any railroad.
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NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to sayabout some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad MoneyLightning Round" Friday evening.

Union Pacific

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: "This has the most upside of any railroad. This is a terrific stock."

Petroleo Brasileiro

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: "This one is troubling. They may have to issue more stock. I'm not concerned; I can't recommend it."

Sears Holdings

(SHLD)

: "Sears is an interesting speculation.

Home Depot

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is my favorite in the industry. "

Penn West Energy Trust

(PWE)

: "Don't buy. It just had a big run. I like

BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust

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and

Permian Basin Royalty Trust

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more. "

H&R Block

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: "I'm not going there. If I'm going there I'll go with

Intuit

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which has a lot more growth."

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters

(GMCR)

: "This one seems very vulnerable. I'm still not pulling the trigger."

DuPont

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: "DuPont still has a great yield. They have one of the finest CEOs today."

CBOE Holdings

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: "I thought this was going to be good, but then I cooled on it. But down here, you gotta pull the trigger."

First Horizon National

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: "I like FHN.

PNC Financial Services

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and

US Bancorp

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are better regionals, but at $11, I think it works."

--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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