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Lightning Round: Berkshire Hathaway, Darden, Newfield Exploration and More

Thursday, 6 Jan 2011 | 6:20 PM ET

Ariba : Cramer’s bullish on ARBA.

Esterline Technologies : Cramer endorsed this aerospace play.

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

Darden Restaurants : Cramer said the sell-off in this stock was wrong, so investors should consider buying it. Though he also said he likes Sysco more right now.

MOOG : “The business cycle for airlines is on fire,” Cramer said, which is why he thinks MOOG is a buy.

Trimas : Cramer said he wanted to do more research on TRS before making a call. He promised to come back to it in the near future.

Newfield Exploration : Cramer is bullish on NFX, calling it “dramatically undervalued.”

Berkshire Hathaway : While this stock hasn’t performed as well as Cramer had expected, he said he’s willing to stick with Warren Buffett. He thinks BRKb is a buy.

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Ariba
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BRK.A
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DRI
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ESL
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MOG.A
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NFX
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SYY
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TRP
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