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Lightning Round: Toyota, eBay, Lockheed and More

Toyota : Don’t buy any automakers, Cramer said. “There’s too much disarray in that group.”

TJX Companies : Along with Urban Outfitters , TJX is one of Cramer’s favorite retailers.

eBay : Wait for it to pull back before you commit any capital, Cramer said.

Rofin-Sinar Technologies : Cramer’s bullish on industrial lasers. He would buy RSTI.

Companhia Siderurgica Nacional : One of Cramer’s absolute favorite steel stocks in one of his absolute favorite Latin American economies.

Schnitzer Steel : “That company is in the sweet spot of steel,” according to Cramer.

Iowa Telecom : Stick with Verizon and AT&T in the telco space, Cramer advised.

American Capital Strategies : Its mezzanine financing business is too precarious for Cramer to recommend the stock.

Lockheed Martin : Cramer is "outraged" that LMT is not at a 52-week high. He thinks 10 points are coming for this defense contractor.

Eagle Bulk : Cramer would rather be in Frontline or Nordic American Tanker .

Triple-S Management : This Puerto Rican health insurance company is in a “great situation,” Cramer said.

Bare Escentuals : “I don’t want you to be in BARE.”


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