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Lightning Round: Exelon, Diamond Foods, Deckers Outdoors and More

Tuesday, 24 Jan 2012 | 6:57 PM ET

Exelon : Cramer likes Exelon, which is probably the "worst acting utility." He would buy it at these levels.

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

Diamond Foods : There is too much guesswork involved with Diamond Foods, the "Mad Money" host said. He'd like to hear from the company's CEO.

Visteon Corp : Visteon has a massive European business, Cramer said, and that makes him nervous.

Moog Inc A : Cramer likes this stock.

Mako Surgical : Cramer prefers Intuitive Surgical .

Booz Allen Hamilton : This name should be acting better, Cramer said. While he prefers SAP and IBM , he thinks Booz Allen Hamilton is "too cheap." He'd buy it under $20.

Decker Outdoors : Cramer is worried it's too warm for Deckers. He would want to see the quarter. If it's great, there will be plenty of opportunity to buy, he said.











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IBM
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MAKO
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