Cramer's Lightning Round - Research in Motion Is Unfairly Convicted (4/6/10)

 |  Includes: AAPL, BBRY, CIEN, CRZO, DVMT, F, JNPR, T, VZ
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV program, Tuesday April 6.

Bullish Calls:

Research in Motion (RIMM), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL): "Alright, I am calling this stock (Research in Motion) unfairly convicted… I went through the conference call and the research notes… it was darn good, it is just that this stock has run so much that there was no hope… it is finally bouncing back… I am a believer in RIMM, it was a good quarter… remember, Apple was down $1.50 at one point today, it is coming back up…"

EMC (EMC): "I just bought some EMC today… I think the stock has marked time at the $17, $18 region.. I think they are going to have a dynamite quarter… I urge you… I urge you to pick up some EMC."

Ford (NYSE:F): "Oh, everybody is worried about these warrants, well [CEO] Al Mulally is not going to do anything to hurt the stocks… This warrant deal is not bad… that is why I want you to buy either the warrants or the common stock right here… I think that Ford is going to have a miraculous quarter and the ratings agency is going to take it up and this is your opportunity."

Carrizo Oil&Gas (NASDAQ:CRZO): "Carrizo is just a winner… oil at $86, $87, you want some Carrizo… of course they have natural gas… I want to be a buyer of this one as oil goes to $90... I think that it is a great situation."

Juniper (NYSE:JNPR), Ciena (NASDAQ:CIEN): "Listen sunshine, that one goes higher… you need their equipment in order to be able to build out the web… give you a two-fer, I am also going to throw in Ciena. Why? Because I am a great guy."

AT&T (NYSE:T), Verizon (NYSE:VZ): " AT&T is going to be fine, they have got that good yield… the small business bit will be better...I think that AT&T has a good yield… I do like Verizon more...but AT&T is fine."

(Editor's Note: There were no bearish calls on Tuesday's show.)


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