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Lightning Round: CSX, Home Depot, WaMu and More

CSX : The hedge fund that’s trying to oust CEO Michael Ward ought to give up and let this “great manager” run the company, Cramer said.

Royal Bank of Scotland : “I wouldn’t touch this thing with a 10-foot pole.”

Molson Coors : Excluding Sam Adams , the beer stocks are all buys to Cramer.

Washington Mutual : WaMu remains one of the worst-run companies Cramer has ever seen in his 25 years in the business. There is no way he would recommend owning this stock.

Home Depot : Another stock Cramer wouldn’t be buying. The only retail he’s sanctioning right now is Costco and Wal-Mart .

Onyx Pharma : “Don’t touch it,” Cramer said.

Hudson City Bancorp : No bank – not one – is getting Cramer’s seal of approval right now. He also said he doesn’t suspect Hudson City to be bought.

Trina Solar : Wind is the new solar, as far as Cramer is concerned. He’s staying away from “dangerous” solar names like Trina.

Intercontinental Exchange : When it comes down to it, the exchanges are still financials. And Cramer won’t get behind any financials right now.

Energy Conversion Devices : This is one good alternative energy play, Cramer said.

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