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Lightning Round: Halliburton, Diamond Foods, Bank of America and More

Halliburton : Cramer perfers Schlumberger or Ensco , which he thinks are higher quality stocks.

Georgia Gulf : The chemical business is weak, the "Mad Money" host said, and therefore he doesn't want to own Georgia Gulf. He wants to sell it.

Agnico-Eagle Mines : You can't touch this name, Cramer said, because it's "imploded on many fronts." He recommends the GLD .

Diamond Foods : This name is way too hard to analyze, Cramer said. He needs answers from the company and until he gets them, he can't recommend it.

Bank of America : Cramer thinks this is the "worst acting bank" he has seen. Don't buy it.

Dow Chemical : This company is incredibly well-run and has a 4 percent yield, Cramer said. He likes it.

Gilead Sciences : GILD has "completely lost its way," Cramer said. He's a seller.









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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Ensco, Schlumberger and GLD.

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