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Lightning Round: Barnes & Noble, Huntington Bancshares, Kohl's and More

Wednesday, 4 Aug 2010 | 9:36 PM ET

Barnes & Noble : "Let's take some profits on that," Cramer said of the New York City-based bookseller. He thinks its electronic reader, the Nook, will have trouble competing with Amazon's Kindle device.

OpenTable : Cramer admits he missed OpenTable, adding that he should have bought shares in the $20 range.

Leucadia National Corp. : The Mad Money host is bullish on this industrial goods company.

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Huntington Bancshares : While most banks have struggled with the new financial reform law, Cramer noted that HBAN has been doing well. He recommends buy shares of Huntington at current levels.

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

Netflix : Netflix's stock has been moving "all over the map," but Cramer said he defends it at current levels because it's one of his C.A.N.D.I.E.S. He said people misinterpreted the company's second quarter earnings results, which he called "dynamite." To get back into this stock, he recommends a "deep in the money" call.

Kohl's : If unemployment numbers disappoint Friday, Cramer thinks this stock won't move. He suggests investors consider buying J. Crew Group at $35 a share.

Motorola : Instead buying shares of this Schaumburg, Ill.-based company, Cramer recommends Apple .








When this post was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Apple.

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