Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, Nov. 8

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 |  Includes: AHO, ASNA, AUQ, AUY, CVX, DIS, DSW, DUK, ESLRQ, ETFC, EXC, FTO, ICE, IP, KGC, LB, NYX, SYY, TJX, TXU, VLO, WIRE, ZRAN
by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday November 8. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

E*Trade (NYSE:ET): 'I think ET has become the gold standard of the electronic brokers. Mitch Kaplan has yet to do anything other than deliver, and deliver and deliver again! He's the winner. I'm bullish. '
Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY): 'I need to go with AUY - that's my favorite in the game.'
NYSE Group (NYSE:NYX): 'Take some ICE off the table, and put some in NYX.'
Charming Shoppes (NASDAQ:CHRS): 'CHRS is back! It's making it.'
TJX (NYSE:TJX)
Dress Barn (DBRN):
'And BRN is down enough that that's a buy too.'
Limited (LTD)
Disney (NYSE:DIS):
'I think DIS is going to have a much better-than-expected quarter. I think DIS got good theme park numbers. Gasoline's come down. I totally believe that DIS is going to $35!'
Exelon (NYSE:EXC)
Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK)
Valero Energy (NYSE:VLO):
'I'm going to send you to VLO. Why? Because VLO's buying back stock; because VLO's an inexpensive stock. I don't really care for the refiners, but if you need a refiner, that's the one.'
Chevron (NYSE:CVX): I'd rather see you in CVX, which reported a magnificient quarter, and it out of the doghouse.
Safeway (NYSE:SWY): '... buy what could be my new favorite - SWY!'
J.C. Penney (NYSE:JCP)
Kohl's (NYSE:KSS)
CSX (NASDAQ:CSX):
'Michael Ward is a railroad man, and he is the CEO of CSX. Their quarter's going to be good. Ward told you it was not a cyclical play; he said it was a secular growth stock.'
Sysco (NYSE:SYY)
International Paper (NYSE:IP):
'Remember, I put it on a milk carton, and I called it a forgotten stock, and I would like to forget how bad that last quarter was. I like it, but it really is like watching paper be made.'
Lundin Mining (LMC): 'And I'm sending you to LMC, and I want to stick it out, because it's also got zinc. That's the one to hold. That's the one to stay with.'

Bearish calls:

Crystallex (KRY): 'No matter what I do, I cannot get past the fact that Chavez [i.e., President of Venezuela] is holding up KRY.'
SanDisk (SNDK): 'One of the few tech stocks that I cannot get behind. There's pricing pressure in flash, and when there's pricing pressure in flash, sell, sell, sell! Do not be seduced!'
InterContinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE): 'It sells at twice its growth multiple. We know on Mad Money, that once we pay that much, there's very little upside without danger.'
TXU (TXU): 'I was cut to the quick by that quarter quite frankly. I did not know that they were missing their earnings that much. I don't like that. I have been saying that TXU is best of breed. I think it's now in the uh, uh category. I am trying to replace it. '
Frontier Oil (NYSE:FTO)
Ahold (AHO):
'I would sell AHO, and buy what could be my new favorite - SWY!'
Senomyx (NASDAQ:SNMX): 'I was thrown by the quarter. We talked about this stock. This is a flavor and fragrance company ... I should not have gone down in the lion's den in SNMX.'
DSW (NYSE:DSW):'I think the stock's up too much.'
Kinross Gold (NYSE:KGC): I've studied this company and know it well. I think KGC buying BGO - I'd ring the register on KGC.
Zoran (NASDAQ:ZRAN): 'I've lost too much money in ZRAN. This is one of those little semiconductor companies that go into a lot of different products. I can't bless it. It's been too inconsistent.'
Evergreen Solar (ESLR): 'No! I said ring the register after the election.'
Encore Wire (NASDAQ:WIRE): 'I think it's a copper situation; copper's gone up in price. I don't want to touch it.'
Northgate Minerals (NXG): 'I don't like NXG as much as I like LMC.'

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