Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, Sept. 6

by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday September 6. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Corning (NYSE:GLW): 'The stock has bottomed... You're going to start seeing again the worries that the big screen TV inventory is going to get too big. Those are wrong. I want to pull the trigger on GLW if it ever gets back to $20. At $20, that thing is just a buy.'
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC): 'INTC has bottomed! That's a new posture for me. I think INTC is going to come back strong. 19 probably goes back up to $22.'
Nucor (NYSE:NUE): 'NUE just announced a special dividend.'
Freeport McMoran (NYSE:FCX): ' I have been saying that NUE and FCX are the great special dividend plays.'
Yum! Brands (NYSE:YUM): 'Play the downtrend. Play the fact that people don't want to go fancy...'

Bearish calls:

P.F. Chang's (NASDAQ:PFCB): 'I think that PFCB is still going lower and that's not a new trend.'
CSXCP (NYSE:CSX): 'Michael Ward, an excellent CEO, is up against the cyclical headwinds that say you cannot own CSX.'
Nike (NYSE:NKE): 'NKE may be putting in a bottom here.'
Under Armour Inc. (UARM):'I think both UARM and NKE are 'sell, sell, sell!' Sorry.'
Norfolk So CP (NYSE:NSC): 'you are dwelling in the house of pain, and, I've got to tell you, there is no exit.
Color Kinetics (CLRK): 'this is a $300 million market cap company, and I've been shying away from those because they haven't been working.'
Redback Networks (RBAK): 'That may be a whole city of pain.'
3M Company (NYSE:MMM): 'You buy it when George Buckley, the CEO, gets the boot! Sell, sell, sell! ... That conference call ... was like the producers springtime for triple M.'
Biocryst Pharmacy (NASDAQ:BCRX)
Michael's Stores (MIK-OLD):'I want you to sell that right now.'

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