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Lightning Round: Fluor, EMC, Gilead and More

Monday, 28 Apr 2008 | 6:30 PM ET


Fluor : One of Cramer’s favorite infrastructure plays in the world.

Quidel : Stick with it, Cramer said. The diagnostics business is “where it’s at” and will remain a long-term thess on Mad Money.

Perficient : An easy-to-imagine takeover target but without good enough earnings to make Cramer recommend it.

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

Rite Aid : Don’t even think about buying RAD, Cramer said. CVS Caremark is much better.

Whole Foods : A great place to shop, Cramer said, but a lousy stock.

EMC : The stock has been a dog but it’s ridiculously cheap, Cramer said.

Hewlett-Packard : Cramer recommended Eaton , the manufacturing company, but maintained that Hewlett is still a solid stock.

Gilead Sciences : Cramer called this his new favorite biotech stock.

Marathon Oil : “Buy, buy buy.”

International Speedway : Cramer wouldn’t buy.

Hexcel : Cramer's advice was to switch into Precision Castparts .


Jim's charitable trust owns EMC.

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CVS
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EMC
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ETN
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FLR
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GILD
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HPQ
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HXL
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ISCA
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MRO
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CPMCF
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PRFT
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QDEL
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RAD
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BTU
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ASNA
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