Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday November 13. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Lundin Mining (LMC): ' ... the one I like is LMC, because it's got that zince component too. Let me put PD right now in the 'don't buy, don't buy,' until it gets to $93-94.'
NYSE (NYX): 'I think they're going higher! Next!'
MasterCard (MA): '....going higher!'
On Assignment: (ASGN): 'That's an interesting situation. I happen to love ASN - a great nursing play. I like MAN more.'
Manpower (MAN): 'I like MAN more. 52-week high. That's a great situation. I like it because it's got more experience than ASGN.'
Cisco (CSCO): 'This company has $1.50 in earnings power. The idea that it doesn't get a 22-23x multiple is ridiculous. I see 6 more points for CSCO, perhaps as early as the next 4 months. You stay in CSCO and you'll make money!'
IAC InterActive (IACI): 'Doug Lebda's company. That's a winner. That's going higher. That's a cheap stock. That's got a buyback. That's at its 52-week high.'
AMN Healthcare (AHS)
Chesapeake Energy (CHK): ' [CEO] Aubrey McClennan made the big bet. He has the largest natural gas stuff in the country. He will have two thumbs up if the dems go green, and make it their agenda.'
Starbucks (SBUX): 'I would buy at the $36-37 region and, if it gets down there, I would back the truck up, because SBUX is a long-term great story because of China.'
Phelps Dodge (PD): 'I think copper's going from the $3 range down to $2.50. That means that PD is probably not the stock to own right now.'
Freeport-McMoRan (FCX): 'I don't want to be in FCX either.'
Medis Technologies (OTC:MDTL): 'I want you to ring the register if you have profits, because it's a big company with no earnings and very few sales.'
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