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Lightning Round: Motorola, Pfizer, Boeing and More

Friday, 11 Apr 2008 | 6:31 PM ET


Veolia Environmental : Don’t buy. The only companies that manage to make money in water are Coke and Pepsi as far as Cramer is concerned.

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

Aircastle : This one, along with Genesis Lease , should not be bought. Cramer thinks they’re close to a bottom but he doesn’t have the conviction to jump back into either.

Jefferies : This is an “easy sell,” according to Cramer.

Motorola : There are basically no tech stocks Cramer will bless right now, and that certainly includes perennial laggard MOT.

Cheniere Energy : Cramer called this the “worst of the worst” energy stocks. Why not buy the best? He would go with Apache , Devon , Anadarko or Chesapeake .

Pfizer : There’s no growth here. Stick with Merck , Cramer said.

Micron : So bad it’s “scary.” Cramer said he feels like he has to take a shower just after mentioning the name.

Schlumberger : Buy it, Cramer said.

Boeing : Cramer would wait until it hits $75 and then let the buying begin.

Visa : “Take the money and run,” Cramer said. Mastercard is much better but wait for a pullback.

Manitowac : The Street has turned on MTW and now Cramer must, too. Don’t buy.

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