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Lightning Round: Boeing, comScore, Spartan Motors and More


MetroPCS : Verizon and AT&T are both better, Cramer said.

Boeing : Its buyback was a “thing of beauty,” said Cramer. “I urge people to buy Boeing here.”

Sears Holdings : Cramer is sticking by Eddie Lampert and Sears even though it has been performing terribly. He predicts a terrible quarter but SHLD is “still worth owning.”

NVIDIA : “I want to own NVIDIA.”

National Oilwell Varco : The shorts in NOV know nothing, Cramer said. This stock will be good for years to come.

Noah Education : Stumped. Cramer promised to get back to NED when he learned more about it.

Titanium Metals : The entire titanium complex has lost its mojo, Cramer said. Freeport-McMoRan is “the one to buy.”

comScore : This stock is still right, Cramer said, and it’s still going higher.

Spartan Motors : “You do not go near Spartan!” Cramer’s pick in the sector is Oshkosh .

Masimo : The CEO is so bullish that Cramer can’t see any reason not to like MASI.

LDK Solar : “Don’t you dare,” Cramer said. LDK has accounting irregularities, which should be an obvious red flag to sell, sell, sell. First Solar , SunPower and MEMC are all good picks in that space, he said.

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