Given Imaging ( GIVN) has a product that could revolutionize the health care industry, Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show on Speculation Friday. The Given System is a wireless imaging system that uses disposable video capsules, he explained. And the company sells a medical device called the PillCam, a pill-sized camera that people swallow to detect internal problems. Israel-based Given has already used its PillCam capsule for endoscopy procedures in which cameras have checked out patients' upper and lower intestines. This method, Cramer said, seems much more comfortable than checking out gastronomical problems the old-fashioned way.
The Next aQuantiveThe next Internet-related advertising company that could get bought out is Omniture ( OMTR), Cramer told viewers. Interestingly, the company recently had a secondary offering, in which it sold over 8 million shares at $18 and change. If Omniture can sell this amount of stock at $18, "no amount of stupid sellers can knock this thing down," Cramer said. "There's too much demand." In addition, the company has a "great niche," he said. It makes the software that lets companies know what people are watching on the Internet. It measures trends and customer behavior on the Web. "With Omniture, you can tell advertisers what is hot at the exact moment," Cramer said. If he were in charge of Google ( GOOG), Microsoft ( MSFT) or Yahoo! ( YHOO), which he owns for his charitable trust,
Game PlanCramer urged people not to worry about the two hedge funds that recently imploded at Bear Stearns ( BSC).
Lightning RoundCramer was bullish on Huron Consulting Group ( HURN), Accenture ( ACN), Infosys Technologies ( INFY), Monster Worldwide ( MNST), Hasbro ( HAS), Mattel ( MAT), Syneron Medical ( ELOS) and Guidance Software ( GUID). Cramer was bearish on Disney ( DIS) and Charter Communications ( CHTR). For more of Cramer's insights during the Lightning Round,
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