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Lightning Round: Boeing, McDonald's, Disney and More

Wednesday, 26 Mar 2008 | 6:57 PM ET


Tata Motors : Cramer doesn’t like the Indian market and doesn’t think Tata’s purchase of Jaguar and Land Rover was a wise decision. Sell it.

Public Service Enterprise Group : Cramer would buy this utility.

Boeing : A great American company that’s in trouble with its Dreamliner delays. Cramer wouldn’t buy it, but he may hold it because when this stock comes back it will come back hard.

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

Moody’s : Ratings agencies won’t always exist as they do now, according to Cramer. Stay away from MCO.

McDonald’s : Mickey D's is one of Cramer’s “absolute long-term favorites.” The best entry point, he said, is $53 or $54. If you’ve held it for this recent gain, it wouldn’t hurt to take a little profit.

L-3 Communications : Cramer called this a great defense contractor that is set to do even better if a Democrat wins the White House because of its heavy exposure to intelligence.

Sony : Sell it and buy Nintendo , Cramer said.

EMC : “It’s making me crazy!” This stock keeps going down, Cramer thinks, because it is too connected to financial services. That said, it has become cheap and it’s still a great company.

Disney : The stock has been unrewarded for Bob Iger’s amazing turnaround, as far as Cramer is concerned. Disney is a fantastic, diversified media empire. What’s not to like?


Jim's charitable trust owns EMC and McDonald's.

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DIS
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EMC
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LLL
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MCO
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7974.T
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PEG
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6758.T
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BA
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MCD
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