It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Tuesday, 29 May 2007 | 6:38 PM ET

Anadarko Petroleum : Cramer thinks Anadarko is good, but XTO Energy is better. “XTO rocks the boat and will beat Anadarko in the long-term race to par,” he says.

Stratasys : “No thank you. I want you take the money and run there.”

URS : With the acquisition of Washington Group , URS is finally doing something, Cramer says. It sat out the entire infrastructure bull market but now the stock is on the move, he says.

Level 3 Communications : Cramer doesn’t think it matters if there is a reverse stock split. What matters are the fundamentals, and he thinks LVLT’s fundies are good. “I want to back up the truck,” he says.

Ultra Clean Holdings : “I feel strongly that the semiconductor capital equipment business is in bear market mode,” Cramer says. “I don’t want to touch it.”

Olin : Cramer likes Olin after acquiring Pioneer .

General Maritime : The tankers are generally overvalued, Cramer says, but General Maritime is the only one with managerial tailwinds under the stewardship of Peter Georgiopoulos.

American Eagle Outfitters : American Eagle is “too dangerous for me,” Cramer says.

Edison International : This is one of the best utilities, Cramer says. He also likes Con Edison and Dominion .

Cisco Systems : Cramer thinks Cisco is too inexpensive to ignore. “Let’s buy some Cisco here.”

Nippon Telephone : “I don’t like the Japanese market at all.” The only Japanese stock Cramer is recommending right now is Toyota . In the sector, he would rather swap into Vodafone . “Vodafone has growth, Nippon doesn’t,” he says.

Lightning Round
You say the name of the stock and Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell

Jim's charitable trust owns XTO Energy and Toyota.

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