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Lightning Round: Koppers, Copart, Citigroup and More

Wednesday, 19 Dec 2007 | 7:23 PM ET

American Apparel :Guess and J Crew Group are better retailers to own, Cramer said.

Anheuser-Busch : Don’t buy, Cramer said.

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

Citigroup : If investors trust the Federal Reserve, then Citi’s a buy, Cramer said. But for those like him who don’t believe in Bernanke and gang, steer clear of Citigroup.

Thompson Creek : “I think Thompson Creek is a great buy here.’

Advanced Micro Devices : Sell, sell, sell, Cramer said. He’d rather see investors in Intel INTC.

Schering-Plough : Cramer’s risk-reward on SGP is two points down, five points up. He recommended buying Schering-Plough.

Magna International : Cramer said he likes Johnson Controls more, but he’s still bullish on MGA.

MEMC Electronic : MEMC Electronic “is a total winner here,” Cramer said.

Copart : “The fundamentals are strong here.” He recommended buying more Copart.

Koppers Holding : Cramer said he’s liked the stock since the mid-$20s, and his opinion hasn’t changed.

Pacific Ethanol : “I don’t like the ethanol group.” Take the money and run, Cramer said.

Spartan Motors : Go with Osh Kosh Trucks instead, Cramer said. He doesn’t like Force Protection in this group either.

Goldman Sachs : This company outperforms the competition, Cramer said. He said GS is a buy, buy, buy.

Jim’s charitable trust owns Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Schering-Plough.

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