Lightning Round: Walt Disney, Bank of America, Energy Solutions and More

Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011 | 8:54 PM ET

Walt Disney : The media giant has international exposure we don't like, Cramer said. Should the stock drop to $37 a share, however, he would consider buying shares.

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 : Being as this financial institution is a turnaround story, Cramer doesn't think it's stock will do much in the near-term.

Energy Solutions : Cramer is not recommending nuclear-related stocks right now.

Ford Motor : The "Mad Money" host thinks the automaker's story is good in the long-term.

Hudson City Bancorp : Until issues with its dividend are resolved, Cramer would avoid this stock.

Accuride : The truck bull market is alive and well, so even though this company recently reported a disappointing quarter, Cramer remains bullish on ACW.

Netflix : This company has one of the best business models of any businesses Cramer follows. He would buy shares at current levels.

Las Vegas Sands : This stock can go lower before it goes higher, Cramer said. Wait until the situation in Japan improves before buying shares.

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