Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, Sept. 15

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 |  Includes: AKAM, ALL, AVGO, BBI, BEAS, BHP, DAKT, FMCN, HERO, HPQ, ITRI, MET, MRVL, RAD, SHOO, TYC, UAL, VRSN
by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday September 15. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Steven Madden (NASDAQ:SHOO): 'We liked this stock when Madden was in the big house. I'm reiterating my buy right here.'
MetLife (NYSE:MET): 'One of the best-in-show stocks.'
Allstate (NYSE:ALL)
AIG (NYSE:AIG)
Continental (NYSE:CAL):
'We said to buy that stock. Ah we nailed that stock. If you had to buy one for a trade, that was Continental.'
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ): 'Step up to the plate and buy some Hewlett-Packard.'
BEA Systems (BEAS): 'I have liked the e-commerce infrastructure. They're a survivor.'
Akamai (NASDAQ:AKAM)
Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD):
'RAD has doubled the size of its company and it is for me.'
Broadcom (BRCM): 'At 28, talk about a line in the sand.'
Marvell Technology (NASDAQ:MRVL):'... for the controllers for the gamers.'

Bearish calls:

VeriSign (NASDAQ:VRSN)
Tyco (NYSE:TYC):
'I'm not going for that one. SellSellSell.'
BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP): 'Now you got a House of Pain. Sell BHP.'
Daktronics (NASDAQ:DAKT): 'Not that good a stock. SellSellSell.'
Focus Media (NASDAQ:FMCN): 'I cannot endorse this.'
Itron (NASDAQ:ITRI): 'I just can't get comfortable with this stock. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy.'
Hercules Offshore (NASDAQ:HERO): 'Oil service, really scary. I can't recommend it. Next six weeks are going to be worse than the last six weeks.'
Blockbuster (BBI): 'I don't want you to stick with Blockbuster. As a matter of fact I would put it in the same kennel as you know who (barking dog sound).'

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