Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday March 19.
Whole Foods (WFMI): "Danny Meyer, who is the absolute best restauranteur in America, liked this stock…He said that hospitality and service is going to be good…he says Whole Foods is going higher…I'm with Danny Meyer."
Tiffany&Co (TIF): "…given the fact that everyone is going by the rosy scenario…the company is too good to bet against."
Fluor (FLR): "Infra is making its way back in correlation with oil. I think Fluor should never have been as low as it got…I'm pulling the trigger."
Hawaiian Electric (HE): "This company has a lot of different businesses. I'll take a shot at it…at a 52 week low…it can't get any lower…I know, famous last words."
Terra Nitrogen (TNH): "I think TNH is solid…I think you've got a winner with a great yield stick with it."
Apple (AAPL): "I'm not going to go against apple. They introduced new product after new product. There are like a thousand Steve Jobs at Apple…I think Apple is going higher."
Tetra Tech (TTEK): "Why isn't this stock doing better? It is a great infrastructure play…I'm not going to recommend that. The stock does not have what it should have."
Matthews International (MATW): "This is a tough one. I'm going to take a pass on this one and find out more about it. We'll come back on that."
Xerox (XRX): "Very interesting. Don't pull the trigger. I don't like the balance sheet. they have a lot of debt and they need a lot better economy than what we have now."
International Paper (IP): "I'm not going to go against buying it. They have done so much wrong I'm not going with them, not the way they destroyed their balance sheet with that ridiculous commodities purchase."
Sun Microsystems (JAVA): "I think Java should be sell, sell, sell. We don't know what IBM is going to pay and you've already caught a double."
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