Cramer's Lightning Round - Myriad Genetics, Myriad Dollars (6/10/09)

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Includes: D, EA, EXC, FMER, GLBL-OLD, MYGN, RIG, SLB, TUP, WR
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday June 10.

Bullish Calls:

Tupperware (NYSE:TUP): “I owe Rick Goings [CEO] an apology…I showed very little faith. He did. He's done a good job, and I'm apologizing, because I had decided that he was no longer delivering, and I was wrong. Rick Goings... I say, keep on getting your paper, keep on climbing, look in the mirror, and keep on shining!”

Myriad Genetics (NASDAQ:MYGN):That's an interesting spec with some interesting buying... buy, buy, buy…maybe even myriad dollars to be made in Myriad...”

Dominion Resources (NYSE:D), Exelon (NYSE:EXC): “Dominion is my favorite. Don’t forget Exelon. That still works.”

Electronic Arts (ERTS): “It's down so much, I cannot go against ERTS….buy, buy, buy.”

Global Industries (NASDAQ:GLBL-OLD): “I'm doing some work on Global, because this is oil, sub-sea... It's got construction. I've also, by the way... let's play with an open hand. like this group, always going higher, but by default I go to Schlumberger and Transocean.”

Schlumberger (NYSE:SLB),Transocean (NYSE:RIG)

First Merit (NASDAQ:FMER): “It's trading in a tight range. This is one that I eventually think that Sheila Bair (FDIC Chairwoman), when she stops trying to irritate the board at Citigroup, will end up helping... because this is the most solid bank in Ohio… I want you to buy more.”

Bearish Calls:

Westar Energy (NYSE:WR): “ I've got to tell you... I'm sticking with the horse that brung me... I'm going with Dominion.”
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