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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" Wednesday evening: I-Flow: "It trades like a health care stock because it is one. ... I'm not giving up; I'm staying bullish at $13." Pacific Ethanol: "I do not bless any money going to Pacific Ethanol. ... I think you wait for a pullback. I'm going bearish on ethanol right here." Express Scripts: "I say you stay with Express Scripts, and when it gets to 75, you 'mon back* double down." Texas Instruments: "Got 40 written all over it. Most surely I like Texan." Cramer says break open a large-screen TV and you'll find the digital light processors made by TI. Google: Cramer gives it a $9 earnings-per-share target, a 60 multiple, which projects the stock to $540. Bookham: "That stock should be at 9 ... no crying over spilled milk." SiRF Technology: "I think that Garmin, Novatel and SiRF Tech are all up stocks." Cramer expects 15% or more upside. "Triple buy on all three!" Apple: "I believe ... this was the last bad quarter. ... Apple right here right now is done going down ... because we be going to par, also known as a hundo ($100)." PetroQuest Energy: "You know you're preaching to the converted. Even when it traded all the way down to 8.50. ... PetroQuest is at 11 and it isn't done going up." Hewitt Associates: "One of the great bull markets
Lightning RoundCramer was bullish on I-Flow ( IFLO) Express Scripts ( ESRX), Texas Instruments ( TXN), Goldcorp ( GG), Google ( GOOG), JDSU ( JDSU), Conexant ( CNXT), Finisar ( FNSR), SiRF Technology Holdings ( SIRF), Apple ( AAPL), PetroQuest Energy ( PQ), Hewitt Associates ( HEW), Grey Wolf ( GW), Southwestern Energy ( SWN) and Newell Rubbermaid ( NWL). Cramer was bearish on Pacific Ethanol ( PEIX), Kinross Gold ( KGC), Fronteer Development ( FRG), Bookham ( BKHM) and Nortel ( NT). *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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