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Lightning Round: Fluor, Textron, Union Pacific and More

Friday, 12 Jun 2009 | 7:19 PM ET

ProShares Ultra Financials : Sell UYG, Cramer said. He does not endorse these kinds of exchange-traded funds.

Riverbed Tech : Cramer thinks there could be another $5 or $6 of upside in Riverbed for those who already own the stock. But RVBD is near its 52-week high, so those who don’t yet own the stock should take a pass.

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

Fluor : Cramer said Fluor was the best infrastructure company in the group, so investors can own the stock for that reason. But he’s not bullish on infrastructure as a whole right now.

Textron : Cramer won’t recommend TXT, he said, until CEO Lewis Campbell takes a permanent vacation.

Equinix : Sell Equinix, Cramer said. He doesn’t think this company’s business is proprietary enough to warrant a buy.

Satyam Computer Services : Cramer said a recently reported good quarter makes Satyam worthy of speculation.

Union Pacific : Cramer is bullish on Union Pacific and the rails right now.

Oshkosh : Sell OSK, Cramer said.

Melco Crown Entertainment : Sell MPEl, and Las Vegas Sands , Cramer said.

Tetra Tech : TTEK is a buy as a play on President Obama’s stimulus, Cramer said.

Patriot Coal : Go with Peabody Energy instead, Cramer said.

Cramer's charitable trust owns Union Pacific.

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