Lightning Round: Motorola, Sears, Oshkosh and More

Friday, 7 Mar 2008 | 7:23 PM ET

Motorola : Having Carl Icahn as an investor is just about the only thing MOT has going for it, Cramer said. Don’t buy.

JC Penney : Under $40, Cramer sees low risk-reward and very little upside.

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

Quidel : Cramer would stick with this diagnostic play.

Alumnium Corp. of China : No. China is too speculative, Cramer said.

Precision Castparts : Too risky for this environment, according to Cramer.

American Movil : It stands to benefit from strong Latin American growth. Cramer would load up under $54.

Oshkosh : The fact that this company is at a 52-week low shows you just how bad this market is, Cramer said. His number one defense stock is General Dynamics .

Jim's charitable trust owns Sears.

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