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Lightning Round: Altria, State Street, Trinity and More


State Street : No, Cramer’s financials trio is as follows: Hudson City , JPMorgan and then maybe Goldman Sachs .

Rambus : Cramer does not like semiconductors here. Not even the good ones like Rambus.

Sempra Energy : Another “fantastic” nat gas play, according to Cramer.

Temple Inland : This stock is “so cheap I wish I owned some myself,” Cramer said.

Penn National Gaming : It may not get the financing it needs for its private equity deal, said Cramer. He would sell PENN.

Anheuser Busch : Molson Coors is better as far as Cramer is concerned.

Zoltek : The trade is done here, Cramer said. The company is too inconsistent for him to recommend.

Altria : For the dividend alone Altria is a steal to Cramer. If you want growth, he recommended its spin off Philip Morris .

First Charter : Cramer sees no reason to own this stock.

Trinity : The railroad stocks are good but the railcar manufacturers? Not so much. Cramer would rather buy CSX .

Contango Oil & Gas : “You’ve got a winner.”


Jim's charitable trust owns Altria, Goldman Sachs and Yamana.

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