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Lightning Round: Verizon, Yamana, Intel and More

Tuesday, 6 May 2008 | 7:42 PM ET

Hewlett-Packard : Under the leadership of CEO Mark Hurd, Hewlett-Packard is a buy.

Natus Medical : “Excellent, excellent baby care” company, Cramer said. “I’m endorsing it right here.”

Western Refining : Cramer’s not a fan of the oil refiners right now. If you absolutely have to own one, he said to go with Marathon .

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

Diana Shipping :Frontline is Cramer’s favorite in this business.

Deutsche Telekom : “Pretty good,” Cramer said. He’s still favors Verizon Communications and AT&T , though. Sprint Nextel’s a “train wreck.”

China Digital TV : Don’t buy.

Vulcan Materials : “I don’t see any bottom yet in Vulcan Materials.” Stay away, Cramer said.

MGM Mirage : Cramer doesn’t want to have anything to do with casino stocks right now.

ManuLife : “Very reliable, very consistent…it is boring. But sometimes boring can rock.”

Coeur D'alene Mines : “That is one of the worst companies that I have ever seen.” Agnico-Eagle Mines or Yamana Gold is a better pick, Cramer said.

Advanced Micro Devices : Cramer prefers Intel .

Smith & Wesson : The trade on Smith & Wesson has come and gone, Cramer said.

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