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Lightning Round: First Solar, Annaly, Visa and More

Friday, 6 Jun 2008 | 7:09 PM ET

Intuit : Intuit’s had a good run, so Cramer recommended taking profits.

Annaly : “I’m not a buyer.” Cramer said he doesn’t like the fact that Annaly has to borrow money from brokers to do business.

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

First Solar : The CEO’s “massive insider selling” did “temper my enthusiasm for the stock,” Cramer said. He can’t recommend FSLR until the chief executive explains himself.

Patriot Coal : “What a win.” Cramer’s bullish on the coal stocks.

Hecla Mining : “I’d rather see you in Agnico-Eagle .”

Visa :Mastercard is cheaper, Cramer said, and that’s why he’s recommending MA.

Thompson Creek Metals : Go with a copper miner instead, Cramer said.

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AEM
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FSLR
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HL
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INTU
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MA
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NLY
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PAYX
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TC
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