Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday November 14. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
General Cable (BGC): 'BGC is one thumb up, not way up, because it's too high versus the other cyclical components.'
Robbins & Myers (RBN): 'Two thumbs up, way up. I wish it weren't at its 52-week high.'
Amgen (AMGN): 'I would rather buy AMGN on the dip, than I would be the PDLI ... I just need to go with a little safety here. AMGN's right for me.'
Harley-Davidson (HOG): 'A bunch of clowns - I mean a bunch of analysts - downgraded HOG recently, obviously not understanding the brand. HOG you should not sell. This, by the way, is the single best transport name that we make ... It's too cheap ... I'm giving it a triple buy. Buy, buy, buy!'
Nice Systems (NICE): 'NICE, by the way, wins gigunda contract for the MTA in New York.'
Flir Systems (FLIR)
Continental Airlines (CAL): 'What I do like though is CAL on a pullback'
Countrywide Financial (CFC): 'My favorite - Angelo Muzzillo. Angelo is much better at CFC than I like NDE.'
Borders (BGP): 'I say take it off the table. Enough gain. I don't want to be affiliated with a stock that I recommended at $19, that's now gone to $24.'
Encore Wire (WIRE): ' a lot of people have been pushing me on this WIRE. That I'm not interested in.'
PDL BioPharma (PDLI): 'It's actually had a sales explosion. I would rather buy AMGN on the dip, than I would be the PDLI.'
American Science & Engineering (ASEI): 'I am concerned because you know that, when it comes to bomb detection, I would much, much rather be in NICE or FLR.'
JetBlue Airways (JBLU): 'My friend, even though I like the guy who runs the company, it just had a 40% move. I would like you to ring the register.'
IndyMac Bancorp (NDE): 'Now, in pure, pure, humble humility, I missed the NDE move.'
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