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


(CAT) - Get Caterpillar Inc. Report

: "Everyone's worried about China. You buy Caterpillar and you own Caterpillar. It's one of the greatest manufacturing companies in the world."



: "No, no. They should've been blowing the numbers away. I'd prefer you to be in

Tiffany & Co

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(INTC) - Get Intel Corporation Report

: "Is it OK to sit and own this stock while it gets its mojo back? You bet!"


(CTL) - Get CTL Report

: "I like CenturyTel. It's a good company, but I like


(WIN) - Get Windstream Holdings, Inc. Report

for that dividend."


(CSX) - Get CSX Corporation Report

: "I think they're having another great quarter. I like

Union Pacific

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a little better; I think they have more room to run."

El Paso

( EP): "Oh come on, I want to own

Chesapeake Energy

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: "This is the best of the HMOs, but I'm not owning an HMO in this political environment. "

Best Buy

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: "This worries me. I don't want to own this stock."

Yamana Gold

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: "I used to like this stock; then it failed me. If you want a great stock, go with

Agnico-Eagle Mines

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Eldorado Gold

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(NVDA) - Get NVIDIA Corporation Report

: "I said this one was going to do down, and it has. But it's not going to fall much further, which is why you want to own it."

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington

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