Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday September 27. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
THQ (THQI): 'Up 5% since I recommended it just the other day.'
Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED)
Sears Holdings (NASDAQ:SHLD)
JC Penney (NYSE:JCP): '... is my cup of tea.'
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO)
Intermec (NYSE:IN): 'One thumb-up play. Intermec. Buy.'
USG (NYSE:USG): 'Levered not just to housing, but to commercial. But the most important reason to own this is because Warren Buffett is buying it. Piggyback off the man!'
McDonald's (NYSE:MCD): 'Was at 12 in September 2003. Now at $39 and pays a $1 dividend. You stick with McDonald's.'
NightHawk Radiology (NHWK): ' ... at $19 is still a buy.'
FPL (FPL-OLD): 'You know I like the utilities. But this one is Don'tBuy.'
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial (NYSE:MTU): 'You can't own the banks in Japan when they are raising rates.'
Hansen Natural (HANS): 'Going lower, not higher. I think Hansen is a played-out stock. I will eat crow with a little bit of salt, if I'm wrong.'
Phelps Dodge (PD): 'Countertrend rally in Phelps Dodge. If it rallies, I'm ka-chinging selling because I don't want to be in copper stocks any more.'
Jos. A Bank Clothiers (NASDAQ:JOSB): 'If you want retail I am going to send you to Sears Holdings Corp.'
JDSU (JDSU): 'I like it, but is the fundamental business doing better? The answer is Don'tBuyDon'tBuy.'
Diana Shipping (NYSE:DSX): 'You know I have not liked the carriers. It does yield 10%. I'm giving it a Don'tBuy.'
Jabil Circuit (NYSE:JBL): 'I don't like the contract manufacturers. Perennially sandwiched between suppliers and customers.'
Nektar Therapeutics (NASDAQ:NKTR): '... a played-out story ... wish that weren't the case.'
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