Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Thursday September 14. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
China Mobile (CHL)
Capital One Financial (COF): 'That stock came down a buck - I like it!'
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Darden Restaurants (DRI): 'We have been fans of DRI. We have been fans of CEO Clarence Otis.'
Yum! Brands (YUM): ' ... a 52-week high beckons. KFC rocks! So does Pizza Hut.'
Consolidated Edison (ED)
TXU (TXU): 'That's the most forward-looking utility in America!'
Wells Fargo (WFC): 'This is a remarkable company. It is a Denison of the 52-week high. I happen to think that WFC is an up stock; it is one of my favorite banks!'
Syneron Medical (ELOS) 'You know my view that the wheels of capitalism are greased by the people's desire to have wrinkle-free skin.'
MasterCard (MA) : '... at $62, announced a 9 cent quarterly dividend today; what's not to like?! I do say wait for a pullback. But it's still a bullish story!'
JM Smucker (SJM): '... this is a forgotten stock. No one realizes how good this is. Smuckers - with a name like that, it's got to be a fabulous stock!'
Safeway (SWY): 'SWY is an up stock, a $29 stock. It had a great quarter. I think it goes to $33.'
Garmin (GRMN): 'You've got a good global positioning play there. It's not done going up. It's going higher. I want you to stay with GRMN!'
FirstEnergy (FE): 'FE is one of those crawling, creeper stocks, with not that great a dividend.'
eBay (EBAY): 'I reiterate the fact that I think it's going down.'
Multi-Fineline Electronix (MFLX)
Whole Foods (WFMI): 'WFMI is good. I need to see another month to make sure it's not broken. Let's just do this for now: 'Don't buy, don't buy.'
Sirenza Microdevices (SMDI):'This makes radio frequency components. It's not a business to be bought when the cycle is not going for you ... I am going to stick a 'don't buy ' on SMDI.'
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