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It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Thursday, 5 Jul 2007 | 6:58 PM ET

Monster : Don’t give up hope, Cramer said. Monster is “one of the few great online propoerties that can still reinvent an offline business,” and he still thinks it will get sold.

Tween Brands : “This is one of the best stories around in retail,” Cramer said. Most of retail isn’t working, but TWB has great growth. “Stay in it.”

Merck : Cramer won’t go there. Merck doesn’t have the kind of growth he’s looking for.

Alcoa : Stick with Alcoa, Cramer said. He expects a good quarter when it reports Monday – and he thinks it will not be public eventually.

Fuel-Tech : Cramer said he will revisit FTEK on a pullback, but right now the whole group is too hot.

Savient Pharmaceuticals : It’s a speculative name, and Cramer likes it here on a pullback.

Comcast : “I like Comcast here.”

Sun Microsystems : Sun can go from $5.30 to $6 very quietly, Cramer said. You can make a little money there and then sell.

Smith & Wesson : Cramer thinks Smith & Wesson goes to $20.

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Mylan Labs : The only pharma company Cramer is willing to back is Celgene . The rest of the group is just no good, he said.

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