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It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Tuesday, 7 Aug 2007 | 10:28 AM ET

Mueller Water Products : This is “very inexpensive” and a “consistent grower,” Cramer said. He’d be a buyer.

Schlumberger : “Before I would buy an integrated oil I would pull the trigger on SLB,” Cramer said. It’s seeing a nice pullback and has the “best quarter I have seen of the whole oil complex.”

Switch & Data Facilities : “Let me come back and find out what’s the matter with Switch & Data,” Cramer said. He doesn’t know why it’s down on no apparent news.

Movado : Once bullish, Cramer can no longer get behind Movado.

Goldcorp : The reason the metals aren’t going up is because we’re in a deflationary spiral, Cramer said, not an inflationary one. But he thinks gold belongs in every portfolio – he’s got nothing bad to say about GG but Yamana is still his favorite gold stock.

Apple : “I think Apple has had its pullback and is ready to run again,” Cramer said.

CV Therapeutics : “You found a gem,” Cramer said. “I’d pull the trigger … I think there’s value there.”

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters : At a time when Maxwell house, a division of Kraft , and Starbucks , are struggling, Cramer thinks Green Mountain Coffee is a winner. He’d be a little reluctant to buy it up $4 today, “but I think it’s a pretty good stock.”

The Knot : “I got some internet companies that are en fuego and The Knot is not one of them.”

Microsoft : It’s the right time to buy tech, Cramer has been saying, and that includes Microsoft and Cisco as well.


Jim's charitable trust owns Hewlett-Packard.

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