Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday July 26. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Evergreen Solar (ESLR): 'It is amazing to me, given the price of oil, how low this stock is at ten. If I were to recommend one sunshine play it would be ESLR.'
UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH): '... it is up from $43, and it is still dirt cheap and grows at 17% and it's at 17 times earnings. I'm still saying UNH is a buy!'
Scientific Games (NASDAQ:SGMS): 'We recommended this stock 4 points ago, it's a high multiple stock, we didn't hit it right ... I would do a "mon back at $34.00.'
UST (NYSEARCA:UST): 'UST is one of the safest, best stocks. I still think the stock goes to 60.'
PW Eagle (OTC:PWEI): 'Your in the best of breed in polyvinyl.'
Altria (NYSE:MO): 'The tobacco business two thumbs up!'
BE Aerospace (NASDAQ:BEAV): 'I think that BEAV may be the best aero-space place still out there. They make the seats in the planes. I like that business.'
Shire (SHPGY): 'One of my favorite drug companies ... Shire could go to $52.00.'
Tata Motors (NYSE:TTM): 'This TTM at 15 dollars ... I want to buy that with both hands and both feet... its been down ever since the crash in the emerging markets. Its a buy.'
Gray Wolf (GW): 'Natural gas going to $7.00, GW going to $8.00.'
AmSouth Bancorp (ASO)
Cummins Engine (NYSE:CMI): 'I can no longer bless CMI, particularly because of the big pull through from the environmental change with truck engines ... and I've liked it since the '70s.'
Acacia Technologies (NASDAQ:ACTG) '... that's too dicey for me, that's only two points off its high.'
Arch Coal (ACI)
L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL): ' ... the late Fran Lanza was a friend of mine. I don't know about LLL after him.'
RF Micro Devices (RFMD):'... I'm gonna stay away from everything connected with cell phones except Motorola.'
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