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Lightning Round OT: Split Decisions with Transport, Alt Energy, LCD and Fiber

Thursday, 10 Jul 2008 | 10:26 PM ET

Cramer's calls in Thursday's Lightning Round Overtime (exclusive to CNBC.com).

Trinity Industrial
There's two Trinities: the railcar business, which "stinks," then there's the Trinity becoming a windmill company. Possible downsides due to the latter, but a Buy because of wind.

Sherwin-Williams
"You know we don't touch anything housing related on this show." Like banking -- don't think about buying.

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

Corning
Tricky one, because they're in the LCD business, which is in a slump, but they also provide the fiber for Verizon's FIOS, which is wiring the country -- but that's a smaller business than LCD, so this is a Sell -- for now.



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