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Lightning Round: Honeywell, Boeing, American Express and More

Monday, 12 Nov 2007 | 10:47 AM ET


Biovail : In this market, Homegamers need to own the “highest possible quality”and BVF is not it. Cramer countered with Celgene .

Aircastle : Airplane leasing is a better industry than the dry bulk shippers, Cramer said. Genesis Lease and Aircastle are both good.

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

Uranium Resources : This one is way too speculative, Cramer said. Shaw Group is the best way to play nuclear, according to him.

Exelon : One of the “absolute best utilities out there” along with Con Edision, Cramer said. These stocks are great ways to play an economic slowdown.

Rite Aid : Cramer called on CEO Mary Sammons to come on Mad Money and explain why the stock dropped so precipitously.

Ceradyne : For a defense play, Textron is better, Cramer said.

Boeing : Cramer would wait until the high $80s to pull the trigger on BA.

EnCana : “At last! A stock that is so right!” With oil close to $100, Cramer thinks ECA should be bought.

Honeywell : Cramer remains bullish on Honeywell, as well as United Technologies .

American Express : Cramer called AXP “just OK” Mastercard on a pullback is much better, he said, and Capital One is “nauseating.”

LB Foster : Better infrastructure plays, according to Cramer, are: Jacobs Engineering, Chicago Bridge & Iron and Foster Wheeler .

Synchronoss : This stock gets hurt when Apple is down because it’s a supplier, but its 14% drop Friday seems “unnatural” to Cramer.


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