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Lightning Round: Apple, Sony, Visa and More

Monday, 16 Jun 2008 | 7:18 PM ET

Oceaneering International : Buy this driller on any dip, Cramer said.

Cal Maine : Cramer said “no thanks” to this commodity play.

HNI Corp : “I don’t like it,” said Cramer. Furniture is off limits right now.

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

Teradyne : No semiconductors are to be bought with the possible exception of Applied Materials (and only for its solar division) as far as Cramer is concerned.

Allied Capital : If you own ALD, you’ve got everything going against you, Cramer said. “It’s not too late to sell.”

Apple : With the iPhone trade over, Cramer said, so he would be selling three-quarters of his position.

Accuray : Cramer called it a “poor man’s Intuitive Surgical .” Come to think of it, he doesn’t like ISRG either.

Sony : Japan’s making a comeback, Cramer said. He recommended hanging on to Sony and maybe even buying some.

Visa : Cramer likes Visa “very much,” but said Mastercard remains the king.

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ALD
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AMAT
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ARAY
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CALM
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HNI
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ISRG
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MA
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OII
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6758.T
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TER
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V
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AAPL
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MCD
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