Cramer's Lightning Round - Baker Hughes' Monster Good Deal (9/17/09)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday September 17.

Bullish Calls:

B&G Foods (NYSE:BGS): "Well, they did that equity offering.. I did not necessarily want the equity offering… but, look it yields 8%… it is a stable business."

Stanley Works (NYSE:SWK): "At this point, Stanley Works and Black and Decker have had such unbelievable moves that I would like them to cool 10%… but Stanley Works is very real run… the end market for housing has come back."

Baker Hughes (NYSE:BHI): "I think that Baker Hughes/BJ Services deal is a monster good deal for Baker Hughes… I have always liked Baker Hughes the company. I salute both of them."

Potash (NYSE:POT), Terra Nitrogen (NYSE:TNH): "You know I like the 8% yield… but remember, what I did was I switched horses and said buy Potash… I did say buy right here, $94, $95... it is still right here… I need you to be in Potash for capital appreciation… TNH for dividend protection."

BP (NYSE:BP): " I'm not a seller here. I think it goes higher. Why?... Because it is still the best yielder in the group… they still have a lot of disposition today… it yields 6%… they are a better company than they used to be… I think BP is hot."

STEC (NASDAQ:STEC): "Oh man, you are talking about D rams, you are talking about allocation, you are talking about a stock that is going higher… you are talking about red hot STEC and I want to own some myself."

Boeing (NYSE:BA): "Well, I do not want you to let go right now… they are about to ship the Dreamliner… it does have a 3% yield… I think that you are fine… let’s ride it to $56, $58 and then take another look at it."

Bearish Calls:

Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS): "Las Vegas Sands is very speculative… it is a stock that has already quadrupled."


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