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Lightning Round: The Home Depot, Silicon Graphics International, National Oilwell Varco and More

Wednesday, 23 Mar 2011 | 7:51 PM ET

The Home Depot : Cramer thinks this is an "excellent" stock at current levels. Being as few people are buying new homes, he thinks they'll go to Home Depot to fix up their current house.

Lightning Round
Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes you calls on particular stocks and gives his opinion on whether they're a buy or sell.

Silicon Graphics International : This company has exposure to Japan, so Cramer wants to learn what the country means to its business before buying shares.

National Oilwell Varco : There is a major shortage in oil wells, Cramer said. For that reason, he recommends buying NOV.

Apple : It remains to be seen what Japan means to Apple, but Cramer is still bullish on the technology giant.

Archer Daniels Midland : Cramer doesn't like ethanol, but U.S. government supports it and that bodes well for this stock.

Alcatel-Lucent : Given the Chinese slowdown, Cramer wants to sell, sell, sell this stock.

Oasis Petroleum : The whole energy complex is a great place to be, Cramer said.

Unifi : Cramer said he would like to interview this company's CEO before making a call on UFI.















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

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