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Lightning Round: McDonald's, Intel, GameStop and More


Indevus Pharmaceuticals : This stock “hasn’t done a thing” but Cramer isn’t backing away. Nastech is his favorite spec play, though.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock : It’s not a bad infrastructure name, Cramer said, but he would rather take profits and pick up Foster-Wheeler instead.

GameStop : Go ahead and buy it right here, Cramer said.

InterDigital : Cramer originally got behind this wireless play in part because it was a hometown name. Now he recommends selling it.

Diamond Offshore :Transocean is better – especially if and when it mergers with GlobalSantaFe – Cramer said, but he could “never tell you to sell” Diamond Offshore.

China Digital TV : This new IPO just may be as good as Baidu.com or China Telecom , Cramer said. It’s got the momentum.

McDonald’s : Mickey D’s is the “ultimate weak dollar stock,” Cramer said. He also likes YUM! Brands in the fast food space.

Intel : Cramer wouldn’t recommend selling it here – the quarter should be fine, he said - but ring the register on INTC when it gets to $27.

ConocoPhillips : It could be an $80 to $120 name, Cramer said. “I think that Conoco rocks.”



Jim's charitable trust owns ConocoPhillips and McDonald's.

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