Cramer's Lightning Round - Niagara Falls (3/10/10)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday March 10.

Bullish Calls:

Electronic Arts (ERTS): "I have been recommending Electronic Arts, which is not down, because they bought Playfish… which is the ultimate social media game play."

Incyte (NASDAQ:INCY): "I have liked it because it is a great speculation play. You've got a winner provided you use it as a spec and not as a regular stock."

Cognizant Technology Solutions (NASDAQ:CTSH): "If I want to be in consulting, I'm going to Cognizant."

Munroe Muffler Brake (NASDAQ:MNRO): "This stock has been getting hit… Why? Because GM is reinvigorating its dealer network, inviting another 600 back into the fold, that hurt Monroe… not to worry, there are a lot of irons in the fire… MNRO remains a strong buy here."

Gastar Exploration (NYSEMKT:GST): "You've got a winner... I've been itching to pull the trigger. It doesn't have a large market cap, so be careful."

Corning (NYSE:GLW), Cree (NASDAQ:CREE): "I do like Cree more, but Corning is fine with me. I think the worries about GLW are overdone."

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX): "That is a cold is where people go to buy movies...I still like the is not expensive's got great growth."

Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ:HBAN): "HBAN has been on fire. I'm letting it run."

Bearish Calls:

First Niagara Financial Group (NASDAQ:FNFG): "It has not been keeping pace. This stock is a laggard in the group."

THQ (THQI): "I don't like this sector... the value of all of them is going to go down... I'm bearish on it."

Satyam Computer Services (SAY)

Radian Group (NYSE:RDN): "I'm down on Radian. It had a great run. I don't like the mortgage inurance business. Hang up the phone and sell right now."

Tyson Foods (NYSE:TSN): "I think we missed it, partner. The stock has been on a tear. Don't buy. Sometimes you gotta let it is too late for me to make that call."


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