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Lightning Round: Netflix, Intel, Walt Disney and More

Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 | 9:17 PM ET

Netflix : Cramer thinks NFLX has already had a pullback and recommends buying. "There's no reason to wait," he said.

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

Bank of America : The Mad Money host has good expectations for the financial name's earnings report tomorrow. He likes BAC.

New Oriental Education : The only Chinese stock Cramer currently likes is Baidu.com .

Intel : "You do not worry about a company that has almost a 3% yield and has one of the greatest balance sheets in the world," Cramer said. He thinks Intel is a buy.

Albemarle : Cramer likes specialty chemical makers, including ALB.

American Oil and Gas : Why buy AEZ when names like ConocoPhillips are also selling for less, Cramer wondered.

Walt Disney : Citing "monster" television ratings for various sporting events broadcast on its ABC and ESPN networks, Cramer likes Disney.

General Mills : Cramer thinks there is a dividend boost coming for this Minneapolis-based company and calls GIS a buy.

CBOE Holdings : Financial regulation is good for CBOE, Cramer said. He thinks the stock is at the right level and recommends buying.








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