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Lightning Round: McDonald's, Tesoro, Dolby and More

Volt Info Sciences : A staffing company that isn’t best of breed – “Going into a slowdown, you can’t own that stock,” Cramer said.

Tesoro : “I want to be in Marathon.”

Perfect World : Go with Shanda instead, Cramer said.

Ambac Financial : This is a “horrible” stock, Cramer said. Sell, sell, sell.

CBRL Group : The stock is down since Cramer recommended it, but he thinks investors should buy more. CBRL won’t be public two years from now, he said.

Sirius Satellite Radio : The merger with XM should go through, Cramer said. So SIRI is a buy until $5.

McDonald’s : “Best-managed restaurant chain. I think it goes to $65.”

ICO : Cramer doesn’t know enough about this stock to make a call. He promised to come back to it.

Dolby Labs : “Dolby is a best-of-breed sound system.” Even though it’s at a 52-week high, Cramer still thinks it’s a buy.

Verizon Communications : VZ and AT&T are buys, Cramer said.

Diana Shipping : Cramer is bullish about DSX.

UnitedHealth : At $55, UNH is looking pricey, Cramer said. “I’m a scale seller above $55-$56.”

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

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