Cramer's Mad Money - Is Best Buy the Last Man Standing? (2/13/09)

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Includes: ACC, AEM, ASTE, AUY, BBY, CEG, DD, HES, MDRX, MRO, RYN
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Friday February 13.

Bullish Calls:

American Campus Communities (NYSE:ACC): “I like that stock…I think that business …is bullish. I’m going to step to the plate and recommend that stock.”
Allscripts-Misys Healthcare Solutions (NASDAQ:MDRX): “We not only like MDRX…we like CEO Glen Tulman. I think his company is uniquely set up to be a big winner…he’s addressing the privacy issue…he is on top of it…I am bullish on MDRX.”
Rayonier (NYSE:RYN): “It’s a trust that spins off a lot of cash… it has a 6.8% yield…I have liked that company…I trust the yield.”
Agnico Eagle Mines (NYSE:AEM): “We always default to Agnico eagle…everyone should have at least one gold position in the portfolio…that’s Agnico Eagle.”

Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO): “If you want refining, I will give you Marathon. Pull the trigger on Marathon. You won’t regret it.”

Bearish Calls:

Best Buy (NYSE:BBY): “Got carried away this week because Goldman Sachs said it is going to have a huge, huge earnings because of Circuit City…even though I like the last man standing thesis, I’m going to say don’t buy.”
Dupont (NYSE:DD): “I don’t trust their dividend…I’m reiterating to sell sell sell.”
Hess (NYSE:HES): "The stock has a big move this week, I think it is too big…I would take profits."
Constellation Energy (NYSE:CEG): “No it’s done…it’s time to take profits.”
Astec Industries (NASDAQ:ASTE): “This happens to be a terrific way to play road building, however the stimulus package has almost nothing about road building, so I am a seller of Astec.”
Yamana (NYSE:AUY): “We don’t like the way Yamana has managed the company…but the stock has had a nice run …”

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