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Lightning Round: Corning, Oracle, Level 3 and More

Thursday, 25 Oct 2007 | 11:52 AM ET


Superior Offshore : Oil services are hurting because North American drilling is “just awful,” Cramer said. DEEP is too domestically exposed.

Corning : Cramer is in the House of Pain with Corning in his charitable trust. It has disappointed him and he admits he got it wrong.

Accuray : It’s not Intuitive Surgical , which is better and still cheap, Cramer said, even if it doesn’t look it.

Lightning Round
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

Oracle : “Money in the bank.” Cramer thinks Oracle goes to $25 and it isn’t too late to hop on board.

Compellent Tech : Not as good as VMware , which is the “real deal.” If you want a conservative way to play VMW, which Cramer thinks goes even higher, pick up some EMC .

Level 3 Communications : Until CEO Jim Crowe calls Cramer and tells him why the stock has been down, Cramer will not recommend it.


Jim's charitable trust owns Corning and EMC.

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