Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday September 25. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): 'that is my favorite. Swap out of Zimmer (ZMH) and move to J&J."
Business Objects (BOBJ): 'I wanted to call the bottom in this thing so much ... still going higher. ... why don't we wait until it pulls back to 30 before we pull the trigger?'
Crocs (CROX): 'I believe that Crocs will guide higher ... then ... the shorts will try to push it down. ... I want you in it. I think this quarter's great ... The bottom line is Crocs is going higher, and you did right.'
Corning (GLW): 'I am still going to send you to the actual glassmakers.'
AU Optronics (AUO)
IntercontinentalExchange (ICE): 'I say that stock ... down 4 is a better buy."
Apple (AAPL): 'I am sticking by the view that Apple is going to new highs ... the stock's at 75 going to 86."
Level 3 Communications (LVLT)
Verizon (VZ): ' ... classic stock you buy in a slowdown ... headed to 40... '
Comcast (CMCSA): ' ... but Comcast is for me.'
Motorola (MOT): 'I still prefer Motorola at 25.'
Avery Dennison (AVY)
Charles Schwab (SCHW)
Zimmer Holdings (ZMH): ' ... a problem both with the government looking at pricing, and Zimmer didn't have great growth overseas. ... '
TriQuint Semiconductor (TQNT): 'One of many mixed-signals stocks ... '
NYSE Group (NYX): 'It's gotta give back that gain because there was nothing going on.'
Oregon Steel Mills (OS): ' ... in that steel bear market that I don't want you in.'
Ikanos Communications (IKAN): 'That whole group is in a bear market. I'm not going there.'
Pfizer (PFE): 'Pfizer is no longer the play.'
SanDisk (SNDK): 'Too much of a battleground for me. ... Too hard to call.'
Patterson-UTI Energy (PTEN): 'I would rather see you in Jellystone National Park with some well-trained bears.'
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