Cramer's Lightning Round - Adios, Navios (3/19/10)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lighting round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Friday March 19.

Bullish Calls:

Wendy's International (NYSE:WEN), McDonald's (NYSE:MCD): "I still like Wendy's! I still think this breakfast menu is going to be big. But you know what? It's not best of breed. McDonald's is best of breed. I also think that $1soda is going to bring people in... buy, buy, buy!... to McDonald's and to Wendy's."

Pactiv Corp (PTV), Temple-Inland (NYSE:TIN), International Paper (NYSE:IP): "(Pactiv) is the most inexpensive and well-run packaging company. I don't want you to sell that one. I also like Temple-Inland Inc. And don't forget, I think International Paper is doing well. That group is still strong."

Abbott Labs (NYSE:ABT): "... has pulled back... very well-run, good growth... and making a series of better acquisitions."

Nordic American Tankers (NYSE:NAT): "I am going to take you to Nordic American Tanker, which has been the best-performing tanker stock in the history of this show."

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (NASDAQ:GMCR): "I think Green Mountain's good. The stock has been on a tear. You know I don't like them this high, but I do think that Green Mountain Coffee is going much higher over time. Why? Because you buy the Keurig..."

Bearish Calls:

Navios Maritime Partners (NYSE:NMM): "Navios... You're right to be worried. I think that dividend is too out-sized. I'm throwing the red flag. I think that that's a 'danger zone' dividend... don't buy, don't buy."

Air Products (NYSE:APD): "I think the stock has moved up too much. I want you... sell, sell, sell... to take profits. Even though I like Air Products."

Tessera (TSA): "They're in the penalty box!... Don't buy, don't buy!... The penalty box, because they screwed up twice. They came on the show, talked a big game, and didn't deliver."

Stereotaxis (NASDAQ:STXS): "This group has gotten very hard hit. I am going to tell you that, rather than be in this one, I'd rather see you in Abbott Labs."

ATP Oil & Gas Corp (ATPG): "You know, because I'm so worried about gas pricing, I cannot push that stock, but you know I like it... you know I like it. I just feel like all these stocks could have a little bit of downside."


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