'Mad Money Lightning Round': Stick With Flextronics - TheStreet

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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" Tuesday evening.

Flextronics

(FLEX) - Get Report

: "This is the king of contract manufacturing. I want to own it since there is so much business going on in computers."

3PAR

(PAR) - Get Report

: "I am not going to recommend this one right here. It reminds me of

Equinix

(EQIX) - Get Report

, which caters toward smaller companies."

SUPERVALU

(SVU)

: "This was a better quarter than I expected, but the only thing I want to own that's related to a supermarket is

Treehouse Foods

(THS) - Get Report

."

Applied Materials

(AMAT) - Get Report

: "I thought the stock was breaking out, but then it came back in. I like

Intel

(INTC) - Get Report

so how can I not like Applied Materials?"

Sempra Energy

(SRE) - Get Report

: "I've liked this company. It's got some growth and I think it's a winner."

Kansas City Southern

(KSU) - Get Report

: "I'm on the fence with the railroads. I'm in the don't-buy camp until I see something compelling."

Altria

(MO) - Get Report

: "This is one of my favorite stocks. That yield is going to protect us."

NICE-Systems

(NICE) - Get Report

: "This is counter terrorism and we know how much we like that."

Silver Wheaton

(SLW)

: "I like gold more than silver but they're both coming down. I want you in gold and silver."

A123 Systems

( AONE): "I thought I blew it but I'm sticking with my don't-buy recommendation."

-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria.

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