It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Wednesday, 14 Mar 2007 | 6:35 PM ET

Walt Disney : “The stock itself is a screaming buy,” Cramer says. Disney has bought back a gigantic amount of shares, and he thinks this stock goes higher -- but he’d buy it right here.

ClearWire : “They have just cut your head off ... they have priced this deal badly … they have no shame." However, Cramer thinks it’s a long-term winner and therefore remains a buy.

Ameriprise Financial : “Warren Buffett likes it, I like it. Multiple buy! buy! buys!”

Savient Pharmaceuticals : Cramer never liked Savient for the earnings, he liked it for its pipeline. But he’s going to re-recommend his biotech big three: Celgene , Gilead and Genzyme . “Celgene is on the move. That is the one to buy right now!”

Patterson-UTI Energy : “The other day we said we are not going to buy domestic drillers.” PTEN is a bear, and Cramer once again points to his favorite offshore drillers: “We like Transocean , we like GlobalSantaFe , and, of course, King HAL .”

Washington Group : If you want to be in the technical services industry, Cramer says go buy Foster Wheeler , which doesn’t have a lot of overruns.

Walgreen : Anytime you can can get this stock below $45, Cramer says, “Pull the trigger.” Walgreen's is the “best safety in the retail business.”

Marsh & Mclennan : “There’s no earnings momentum there. They need a new guy at the top, or they should sell themselves.”

Kinross Gold : If you’re going to be in gold, you want to be in Yamana , Cramer says.

Jim's charitable trust owns Halliburton and Transocean.

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