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Lightning Round: Sprint, Visa, Mosaic and More

Monday, 24 Mar 2008 | 7:35 PM ET

Sprint-Nextel : “There’s very little upside to Sprint…I think it goes lower.” Sell, sell, sell.

Systemax : Don’t buy, Cramer said. He’s hesitant to recommend this SYX right now.

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

Eastman Kodak : Cramer said he likes EK. But if Bill Miller, a big shareholder, sells his position in Eastman Kodak, that could spell trouble for the stock.



Korea Electric Power : If talks ever opened up between South and North Korea – like they did between China and Taiwan – KEP could pop seven or eight points, Cramer said.

Campbell Soup : CBB’s a “chronic underperformer,” Cramer said. He’d rather see investors in General Mills or Kellogg .

Darling International : “I think [DAR’s] money in the bank. I want to own that stock.”

Raser Tech : “Too risky.” Don’t buy.

Lindsay : After just reporting a great quarter, Cramer’s bullish on Lindsay.

Visa : Go with Mastercard , Cramer said. It’s a cheaper stock.

Nustar : “I want to back up the truck [on] Nustar. I believe in that company.”

Motorola : Without a smartphone on the market, Motorola’s vulnerable to Apple, Cramer said.

Borders : “I am concerned about the balance sheet…I want to lighten up on the stock as it goes higher.” Sell, sell, sell.

Mosaic : Cramer will only recommend DuPont in this sector for now. Wait for a pullback, he said.

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CBB
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DAR
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DD
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KODK
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GILD
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K
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1576
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LEN
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MA
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MOS
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NS
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S
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SYX
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V
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CPB
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AAPL
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MCD
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