Lightning Round: Amerigroup, Oxford Industries, Transocean and More

Thursday, 28 Jul 2011 | 8:03 PM ET

PACCAR : This truck maker recently reported a disappointing quarter, Cramer said. He recommends investors look at engine maker Cummins' stock instead.

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

Amerigroup : When it comes to health care plan providers, Cramer prefers Aetna .

Oxford Industries : Rather than invest in OXM, Cramer wants homegamers to check out "best of breed" apparel maker V.F. Corp..

Transocean : Cramer thinks investors are better off looking at Ensco's stock. Unlike RIG, the New York Times isn't writing negative articles about Ensco, he commented.

Fifth Street Finance : Before making a call on this stock, Cramer wants to do some homework.

Telecom Argentina : Cramer thinks Argentina is a growth country, so he's a buyer of TEO.

J.C. Penney : Former Apple executive Ron Johnson is now working at this retailer. Cramer wants to wait a few quarters to see how he's doing and then determine whether this stock is a buy.

Waste Management : That was a bad quarter, Cramer said. Avoid WM right now.

Baidu : This is the only Chinese stock Cramer is recommending right now.

Ariba : The "Mad Money" host doesn't understand how this technology company continually does well, so he won't make a call on its stock.

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

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