Cramer's Lightning Round - Don't Give ADM (2/9/09)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Monday February 9.

Bullish Calls:

Google (NASDAQ:GOOG): "Wait for a pullback…I'm sticking by them, but I know you can get a pullback, and I do believe a pullback will be imminent in the stock."
Baldor Electric (BEZ): "…has come down so viciously. These are the great industrial companies which have been completely thrown away. Baldor is way, way, way too cheap. I want to be a buyer."
Research in Motion (RIMM): "I believe those stocks (Google, Amazon, Research in Motion and Apple) are on the move…I think it will pull back. You do not need to pay up for it."
NYSE (NYSE:NYX): "They stuck by the dividend. You are going to be biding your time until the market comes back…I am bullish because of the 5% yield."
Mastercard (NYSE:MA), Visa (NYSE:V): "I like Mastercard and I like Visa here. Mastercard and Visa have spiked. Wait until they come lower."
St. Jude Medical (NYSE:STJ): "This is now a great neighborhood and people realize healthcare does well…my favorite in that group is STJ."
Bunge (NYSE:BG), Agrium (NYSE:AGU), Mosaic (NYSE:MOS), Terra Nitrogen (NYSE:TNH)

Neutral Call:

Fortune Brands (FO): "I'm stumped. I thought the CEO (Bruce Carbonari) was too bullish…I need the CEO to temper his enthusiasm when his business is tempered…if housing doesn’t bottom, then I think Fortune Brands might be dead in the water. But I do share the view that it is as the right level."

Bearish Calls:

American Superconductor (NASDAQ:AMSC): "Very windmill related. Very alternative energy related…not enough juice because oil is not on fire."
Archer-Daniels Midland (NYSE:ADM): "I don’t care of the management, I don’t care for the company ADM is my least favorite ag play."

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