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Lightning Round: AFLAC, Motorola, Wachovia and More

Suntech Power : Cramer’s still bullish on First Solar when it comes to solar stocks.

Kinder Morgan : KMP has “a great yield,” Cramer said, and the company’s doing a “remarkable job.” “That is a great natural gas play.”

ITT Education : Cramer won’t recommend anything involved with education. “They’re all bad.”



Wachovia : “That dividend is so big that it worries me.” Don’t be overexposed to WB, Cramer said.

Motorola : “I think the cell-phone business is bad..and next year is going to get worse.” Carl Icahn is the one good thing MOT has going for it, Cramer said, “that’s not enough.”

Kansas City Southern : “The rails are en fuego.” This group’s in a multiyear move, Cramer said, and he endorsed KSU.

Genco Shipping & Trading :Frontline , with its 17% dividend yield, is the only shipping stock Cramer will recommend.

Transocean : Buy, buy, buy, Cramer said. But he added that some domestic drillers are catching his eye.

AFLAC : “No subprime exposure. Very solid company.”

Arch Coal : If a Democrat takes the White House, that’s bad news for Arch Coal, Cramer said. But a Republican president, “then you can buy coal.”

Google : “I would not pull the trigger until it went under $400…I cannot endorse Google here.”

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