Lightning Round: Deluxe, Hubbell, Patriot Coal and More

Monday, 3 May 2010 | 7:54 PM ET

TriQuint Semiconductor : Cramer likes TriQuint on this pullback, and he’s also bullish on Tellabs and RF Micro Devices.

Deluxe : "The check business has no growth," Cramer said, adding that he thinks investing in a bank or information technology company is a better route.

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

RF Micro Devices : "I cannot believe how that company is hitting it on all cylinders," Cramer said. "This is one good stock."

Hubbell : While this stock has struggled as of late, Cramer expects it to bounce back and calls this a "monster opportunity to buy."

Microsoft : There are so many other "red hot" technology companies to invest in, Cramer said, including Apple. "They've got the products. They've got the balance sheet. They've got the earnings," Cramer said.

Patriot Coal : Cramer does not like this company.

Cramer’s charitable trust owns Apple.

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