Lightning Round: ABB, Vale, Delta and More

Friday, 29 Feb 2008 | 7:24 PM ET

ABB : Cramer isn’t worried that the CEO recently quit. ABB is a great infrastructure play.

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

Oceanfreight : It’s making money, but Cramer is still hesitant about buying the dry bulk shippers.

Vale : The perfect stock for this environment, according to Cramer. RIO is a “dominant mineral company” and isn’t suffering from the U.S. slowdown. He would also buy Cleveland-Cliffs on a pullback.

Quicksilver Resources : An "ideal" stock to buy with natural gas going higher.

Western Digital : If the market were better, Cramer would buy WDC. But he’s reluctant because American tech companies can’t seem to go higher. Wait until the mid-$20’s to buy.

Gushan : Buy this speculative Chinese name, Cramer said.

Delta Airlines : Cramer would not touch this with oil at $100.

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