Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday September 13. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
DaimlerChrysler (DCX) 'I like DCX, it yields 3.5%.'
General Motors (GM): 'I think it's going to $40, because I think they could still tie up with Renault.'
Ford Motor (F): 'I think F is going to split off its credit division now that they've got Mulally from Boeing (BA).'
Nabors Industries (NBR): '... is a cheap stock. We had Gene Eisenberg , the CEO, on the show... He hinted that, if he could not get the stock with his buyback, which is aggressive, he would take the darn thing private. This stock is only a point off its low. It's down 10% year over year.'
National Oilwell Varco (NOV): 'Understand that companies that make rigs, that are in short supply - and will be in short supply for many years - should have the strongest business going. That's NOV.'
Tyler Technologies (TYL): '... the information management solutions game is a very limited group of companies that do well in that. You happen to own of them - TYL.'
Oracle (ORCL): ' I think ORCL is a cheap and good stock.'
Whirlpool (WHR): 'the Whirlpool-Maytag combination was great ... We're up a nice, nice amount. And, you know what? I'm still not ringing the register because that one is going higher! Buy, buy, buy!'
Las Vegas Sands (LVS): 'They've got that big Singapore casino coming. I was surprised to see the stock down. This is one of the great growth stocks.'
International Game Technology (IGT):' ... if you want stability, and play that industry, you know I recommended IGT.'
Amgen (AMGN): ' ... in the new pecking order that is the new biotech stocks, AMGN's jumped to the top - it's the cheapest. It does have some patent problems, but it's got a big buyback, it's a great company.'
Paccar (PCAR): 'the best of breed trucking company in the world. You will never hear me say a thing negative about it. It happens to be one of the incredible growth stocks that's a machinery stock. PCAR is two thumbs up, way up.'
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)
Matsushita Electric (MC-OLD)
Consolidated Edison (ED): 'Remember, I like ED best, when it comes to staid.'
TXU (TXU): 'I like TXU for growth.'
WPS Resources (WPS): 'I'll never sneer at WPS.'
First Data (FDC)
Intel (INTC) 'I think INTC's going to have a really good 3rd 4th quarter, and people should be buying that.'
Dynegy (DYN): 'We know that's going back to its 52-week high of $6.37!'
Dresser-Rand (DRC): '... has been a little bit of a disappointment, because the group's a disappointment.'
LeapFrog Enterprises (LF): 'LF was one of my biggest mistakes. I'm whipping myself even now ... I chopped my head off with that. I liked the FlyPen. The FlyPen turned out to be a bomb.'
Cognos (COGN): ' ... is selling at almost twice its growth rate. I cannot do that; I cannot get into that.'
Thomas & Betts (TNB): 'I have never felt they have enough value added... I want you to ring the register - sell, sell, sell!'
Sony (SNE): 'SNE's too hard for me to understand; there's too many different pieces.'
Emcore (EMKR): '... other than INTC. I'm not going to give you a semiconductor and wafer play.'
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