Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday October 6. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Citigroup (C): 'Breaking out here with a 3.84% yield; with a nice buyback, with a very inexpensive stock. Any stock that grows at 10% that sells at 11x earnings is going to get two thumbs up, way up.'
Vail Resorts (MTN): ' I think MTN is an incredibly well-run company. I think that the stock is an up stock. But this is part of this travel and leisure move that is unbelievable.'
Hilton Hotels (HLT-OLD)
Four Seasons (FS)
Boeing (BA): 'BA - you heard it here right now - is going to $100!'
KB Home (KBH): 'I think that KBH is the cheapest homebuilder other than Lennar (LEN) I think that Bruce Karatz - he's always welcome on the show - he's another truth teller. And I believe quite frankly that the worst of the housing situation is over.'
Harley-Davidson (HOG): 'This is another stock that cannot stay off the 52-week high list, because America makes the best bikes. That company's going higher. I like it. Two thumbs up.'
Smith & Wesson (SWHC): ' I would ring the register on that thing nine ways to Sunday. That stock is up 10 bucks. We have made a lot of money here, and I don't want you to give it back.'
Aqua America (WTR): 'I'm disappointed in that stock.'
Lucent Technologies (LU): 'I am bearish on LU. I know there's not much register to ring, but ring it anyway.'
Tractor Supply (TSCO): '... farm sales were not so great. That makes me worried about TSCO, which is a really great company. I'm going to put it in the 'don't buy' camp.'
KLA-Tencor (KLAC): 'You heard me say last night that the only chips I like are Doritos®. You don't want to touch that thing. I am anti semiconductor equipment.'
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