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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" Tuesday evening:

Travelzoo: "I say ... stay away from the ... train wreck."

" Rentech goes to 6. In Wall Street parlance, I'm raising my price target right here, right now."

National Beverage: "I want to swap out of ... and ... go into Pepsi and Coke, which are in major bull market mode."

EnCana: "If natural gas doesn't start heading up, EnCana is going to 43. I would ring the register and not wait for that happen."

Oracle: "This is one of the names that is actually in bull mode on the Nasdaq. ... You can stick with it."

Wal-Mart: "You saw that big downgrade today of the whole retail group." Cramer said you're better off in Target here.

Halliburton: "The bears have this stock ... in their paws. ... I'm not backing away from my charitable trust . ... But understand the forecast is still pain."

RTI: "I am freeing you from that. ... I wouldn't sell it all it once. But that stock is finito. I no longer want to like the titanium group."

Alvarion: "I would let a little go because Alvarion will not go up ... until the whole cell-phone morass clears," which Cramer doesn't see happening perhaps until the winter.

EuroZinc Mining: "I am encouraged by the action today in Freeport. ... EuroZinc Mining is a call option ... on zinc and copper. ... You stay long EuroZinc."

Massey Energy: "If you want to own coal, you have to own BTU ( Peabody Energy). I cannot bless Massey."

" Nortel is a complete waste of time. Let me lump in Lucent. There's nothing there. ... Maybe a short-term tech rally that starts with Intel after reports. Be careful, Yahoo! just stunk up the joint."

Starbucks: "I want to stay in Starbucks because of China." Cramer says if you stick with it, "you will be rewarded."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Rentech ( RTK), Coca-Cola ( KO), PepsiCo ( PEP), Oracle ( ORCL), Target ( TGT), Halliburton ( HAL), EuroZinc Mining ( EZM), Peabody Energy ( BTU), Intel ( INTC) and Starbucks ( SBUX).

Cramer was bearish on Travelzoo ( TZOO), National Beverage ( FIZ), EnCana ( ECA), Wal-Mart ( WMT), RTI International Metals ( RTI), Alvarion ( ALVR), Massey Energy ( MEE), Nortel ( NT) and Lucent ( LU).

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Halliburton.

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