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It's Time for the Lightning Round!

Thursday, 9 Aug 2007 | 8:31 PM ET

Commscope : CTV is a decent stock, but Cramer prefers Corning.

Synopsys : Cramer likes tech, but in software specifically, Microsoft or Oracle might be a better choice.

Comcast : The quarterly numbers from the cable industry didn’t show enough growth, Cramer said. So he wants to talk to CEO Brian Roberts before he makes a decision on Comcast.

Campbell Soup : Cramer has two reasons for investors to own CPB: good fundamentals and the possibility of a takeover.

Southern Copper : Cramer recommends waiting until PCU hits $90 before buying.

Perini : A lumpy Foster Wheeler quarter brought down the infrastructure sector, Cramer said. He likes PCR, but investors should let the group come in a bit before buying.

Invitrogen : IVGN gets a thumbs up, but Cramer’s favorite speculation stock in biotech is Nastech Pharmaceuticals.

Cameron Intl : Cramer likes the stock, but best-of-breed Schlumberger is a better pick, he said.

Expeditors Intl : “I’ve always loved this company.” Cramer is bullish on EXPD.

Coach : Investors have to be careful with high-multiple retail, Cramer said. He doesn’t recommend pulling the trigger just yet.

Titanium Metals :Allegheny Tech is a better stock, if it’s selling under $90, Cramer said.

Progressive : “The earnings are going to explode for Progressive. PGR is a great stock to be in here.” So is Allstate, Prudential and Met Life.

Jim’s charitable trust owns Corning.

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