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Lightning Round: Toyota, IGT, E*TRADE and More

Hill International : "Not that bad at all," Cramer said. Its consulting business looks "clean."

Micrus Endovascular : Most of the bad news is baked into the stock already, Cramer said. He thinks it could go higher.

Cynosure : Cramer is willing to bless this stock, even though he remains on the fence about the laser industry.

Lawson Software : Not a bad company, according to Cramer. But he likes the least speculative software stocks like Oracle and Microsoft .

Toyota : Cramer said he thought it would have done better. Unfortunately, Toyota is in the crosshairs of some macroeconomic trends that make it a "don't buy."

International Game Technology : It's had such a big run that it's time to ring the register, Cramer said. Take the gain and scale out of IGT.

TomoTherapy : Cramer's favorite in the radiaton therapy space has been, and continues to be, Hologix .

Deutsche Telekom : Cramer's a fan of DT's management and its dividend. He also likes AT&T, Vodafone and Verizon .

Spartan Motors : Don't buy, Cramer said. The earnings aren't there. Stick with Textron .

Baker Hughes : The oil service industry is in bull market mode, Cramer said, and Baker Hughes stands to benefit. "You're not going to go wrong in this group."

Phillips Van Heusen : Cramer wasn't impressed with the latest conference call, so he put out an open invivtation for PVH's CEO, Emanuel Chirico, to come on the show and convince him why the stock is a buy.

E*TRADE : "Oh, please," Cramer said. "There's nothing there."

China Petroleum & Chemical : Cramer prefers PetroChina.

Jim's charitable trust owns IGT and Hologic.

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