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'Mad Money Lightning Round': Wait on McDonald's

Cramer recommends waiting until the stock falls below $60 before pulling the trigger
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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" Friday evening:

Denbury Resources

(DNR)

: "This is another incredible oil and gas stock that's under a lot of pressure. I say don't buy for now."

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USEC

(USU)

: "No, I don't think the uranium stocks are good right here... too speculative."

Sunpower

(SPWR)

: "I like Sunpower, but I like

First Solar

(FSLR)

more. But understand as oil goes down, no one will be buying these stocks. You have to buy them lower."

Oshkosh Truck

(OSK)

: "This stock is too low to sell. At $13 I want to own this stock. "

Marshall & Ilsley

(MI)

: "This is a speculative institution right here. This one is not in my Fortress 4 and I'm not recommending it."

Deere & Co

(DE)

: "I was kicking myself for not buying some for my trust. I like Deere at these levels."

Hewlett-Packard

(HPQ)

: "Their CEO is doing a great job. I think HP is best of the breed, and I don't like a lot of technology right now."

Medco Health

(MHS)

: "This is one of the great healthcare stocks. I think they can beat the competition; they are really well run."

Hershey Foods

(HSY)

: "This one is very tough. I like the food group, but it's not as good as

Campbell Soup

(CPB)

and I like

Cadbury

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more."

McDonald's

(MCD)

: "I think McDonald's need to pull back under $60 before I pull the trigger on this one."

Dynegy

(DYN)

: "Dynegy is too hard. I like power generation, but we need more information from them before we can make a decision."

Allegheny Energy

(AYE)

: "I have been recommending

Consolidated Edison

(ED)

. They're in a growth area and I know they can make you money."

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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