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'Mad Money Lightning Round': Shop at Wal-Mart

Cramer says it's the best retailer in the land.
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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:


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: "I still think WalMart is best in the land. I favor Wal-Mart over any other retailer."


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: "I'd even take


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over Rambus. That's how much I don't like it. But the one to own is

Advanced Micro Devices

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; that's the way to play."

Tetra Tech

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: "I was going to send you to

Aecom Technology

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, but that one's had a big run, so I'd say yours is OK here."

PetMed Express

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: "I've not been a fan of that one. It's too competitive a business with


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coming in."

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Texas Roadhouse

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: "I recommended it and I got it wrong. It has no momentum whatsoever. I'd look at

CBRL Group

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Zions Bancorp

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: "No, that's one of my least favorite banks. I'd like to stick with ones that are less hobbled. I'd look at

BB&T Corp

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: "I've been watching this one and I like it, but it's just too high and that puts it in the don't-buy camp."


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: "I want you to continue to own it. I think Blackrock is good and I think you should stick with it."

Allegiant Travel Company

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: "This is Vegas and I won't recommend that stock. I'm bearish on travel."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Wal-Mart.

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