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Lightning Round: J.C. Penney, UPS, DynCorp and More

China Precision Steel : “Yours is a loser.” Cramer recommended Arcelor Mittal, U.S. Steel, AK Steel and Reliance instead.

Heelys : “Heelys is a broken stock and a broken company. I cannot think of a reason to own it.”

Alcan : Bulls, bears, hogs…Time to take profits, Cramer said.

China BAK Battery : The stock is “sizzling.” But Cramer said to take half off the table and let the rest ride.

Target : “I can’t think of a catalyst to move it.” Don’t buy.



Texas Industries : Cramer said investors should play it safe and take profits in TXI. If they want to own any stock in this building-materials group, go with Vulcan because of its international exposure.

Bare Escentuals : “I don’t want to own Bare Escentuals.”

United Parcel Service : “I’d rather be in Amazon,” but wait for the price to pull back, Cramer said. UPS is a well-run company, but he gave it a “don’t buy” for now. The same goes for FedEx .

Hansen Medical : Sell, sell, sell!

JC Penney : It’s a cheap stock, but Cramer said he can’t think of a reason to pull the trigger right now. Don’t buy.

DynCorp : The stock has more momentum, Cramer said. He’s bullish on DCP.

Hercules Offshore :Schlumberger, Transocean and Gardner Denver are better plays.

Vanda Pharma : “Celgene is the way to go.”

Jim’s charitable trust owns Transocean.

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