Lightning Round: Frontline, Yamana, CVS and More

Interactive Brokers : The stock’s down, but Cramer said he can’t get behind it, despite liking the company. After the Bear Stearns debacle, he’s steering clear of the financials. Don’t buy.

Lightning Round
Lightning Round   

Yamana Gold : Gold’s going to $1,600, Cramer said. “Stick with it.”

ConocoPhillips : Let the stock pull back, buy some more, then sell at a profit, Cramer recommended. He said there’s a lot to like about COP.

Andersons : “Anderson on any dip is right.” Cramer’s still confident in the agriculture sector over the long term.

MedcoHealth Solutions : If MHS makes it back to $45-$47, take profits, Cramer said.

Amerisourcebergen : “That is a good company,” Cramer said, but the stock keeps dropping. Don’t buy.

Baidu.com : “It’s gotten too hot for me.” As a speculative play in a market with no room for speculation, Cramer said he won’t recommend BIDU.

Scientific Games : “I got this wrong.” Cramer said he thought the company was well run at one point, but no more. Scientific Games is a sell.

CVS Caremark : With growing competition in the pharmacy benefit management industry and what Cramer called a cooling drug store business, his charitable trust sold its CVS holdings. But he said CVS right once it’s back to $35.

Frontline : “I like that stock,” especially the great dividend, Cramer said.

NYSE Euronext : “This is the worst stock I’ve ever picked in my life.” Cramer admitted it was a mistake to recommend NYX.

Jim's charitable trust owns ConocoPhillips, NYSE Euronext and Yamana Gold.

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