Cramer's Lightning Round - Disney's Mouse Might Roar (2/3/09)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round ession of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday February 3.

Bullish Calls:

Disney (NYSE:DIS): “I don’t think this stock has much downside below $18…At $18, I’m pulling the trigger. It is a good brand name. I wish it had a better dividend. I like the franchise.”
Mastercard (NYSE:MA), Kinder Morgan Partners (NYSE:KMP)
Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG): “Reported a monster good quarter…very big drug released on Friday... the stock has been stalled here…you’ve got a good one…buy it and put it away.”

Bearish Calls:

Pfizer (NYSE:PFE): “Pfizer is a trainwreck…it cut the dividend…there are a zillion drug stocks I like more than is time for a new leader at Pfizer. That guy (Jeff Kindler) has done absolutely nothing.”
Transocean (NYSE:RIG): “I know RIG’s chart looks good. I don’t’ think the earnings are there. I think you should sell.”
Vimple (NYSE:VIP): “I’m not recommending any Russian stocks…Russia dropped off the radar screen…they’ve gone back to their Communist roots.”
BB&T (NYSE:BBT): “I used to be bullish, but I pulled my horns on all the regionals. I don’t want to be anywhere near BBT. I have to sell the stock as much as I like the company.”
Palm (PALM): “A high risk stock…been looking at it…I don’t know whether to sell or buy..I’m waiting for a pullback.”
Discover Financial (NYSE:DFS): “Too much risk. I’d rather have growth in the credit card business. That dividend isn’t enough to sway me. I’m bearish. I say sell, sell, sell.”
Rambus (NASDAQ:RMBS): “Another disappointing tech stock. I want nothing to do with it.”
Force Protection (NASDAQ:FRPT): “Huge disappointment. I don’t think it is going to change.”
Osh Kosh (NYSE:OSK)
Atlas Energy (ATN): “That yield is suspect. I am very worried they can’t make it. I defer to Kinder Morgan.”

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