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It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Pier 1 Imports : “You don’t want it,” Cramer says. PIR is a house of pain if ever there were one.

Partner Communications : A good company but Cramer is reluctant to give it the full push not knowing the full financials.

SunTrust Banks : There’s a lot of ways to win with SunTrust, Cramer says, even in this bad interest rate environment. He thinks STI could be a takeover target.

Cree : “You got a stock that’s already really high,” Cramer says. “I would ring the register.” He prefers Qualcomm and Texas Instruments in the space.

Teck Cominco : Cramer has slighted this company and he apologizes. It belongs with Companhia Vale do Rio Doce , BHP Billiton and Freeport-McMoRan , he says, but he wants to wait for a little pullback and then he might feature it on the show.

CIBER : Cramer likes the industry but he doesn’t have any conviction in CBR. “I’m not going to slam the ‘buy.’”

Superior Offshore : “I want to pull the trigger right now!” DEEP is too cheap for an oil services company, Cramer says.

Golden Star Resources : Even though the gold stocks have been going down, Cramer thinks Golden Star is the best cheap play on gold.


Jim's charitable trust owns Freeport-McMoRan.



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