Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday November 28. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Sears Holdings (SHLD): 'Eddie Lampert is going to turn SHLD to greatness, but it won't be through selling socks. SHLD* is two thumbs up, way up. I need you to back up the truck on any weakness in SHLD!'
Time Warner (TWX): 'Get rid of it? You shouldn't be thinking about getting rid of it. You should be buying it! Buy, buy, buy! Dick Parsons is engineering the turnaround of a lifetime. He is dynamite. We now have the cheapest cable company on earth, and dot-com, because of Parsons.'
Marvell Technology (MRVL): 'Let me give you storage - let me suggest MRVL!'
URS (URS): ' You know, they had a big hand in rebuilding the levies in New Orleans, but they are the real guy in California. This is much-hated stock. It requires tremendous patience. It requires strength! You must be like steel, but it will be worth it, because of those big (California) contracts.'
Corning (GLW): 'I think GLW - at $20 - is right. I'm not backing away, I'm backing up.'
AIG (AIG): 'This stock goes down every day, even though it had a great quarter. The doorbell's ringing and I say come in with me, AIG!'
Google (GOOG): 'If you want dot-com, c'mon, I'll give you the GOOG.'
IAC/InterActive (IACI): 'I will tell you that IACI is getting its act together.'
Canadian Natural (CNQ)
Suncor Energy (SU): 'I am going to send you to SU. Go with the majors.'
OmniVision Technologies (OVTI): 'I have so many tech stocks that are so much cheaper, so much better, such better plays on the gadget revolution that we see ... that I cannot let you in on this imaging device.'
Analog Devices (ADI): 'I don't like ADI.'
Texas Instruments (TXN): ' ... and I don't like TXN either.'
Internet Capital (ICGE): 'Overvalued, my friend. That is an overvalued pastiche of a bunch of businesses without the transparency.'
CanWest Petroleum (BQI)
TiVo (TIVO): 'I don't like his stock. I think it's a sale. I actually don't like the fundamentals.'
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