Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday December 6. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Apollo Investment (AINV):'I tend not to like the closed-end investment funds very much. This one, though, yields 8%. It looks like the yield is very safe ... I think you buy some!'
Exxon Mobil (XOM): 'Do you know that there have been two giant mutual funds who come in every day and buy that stock? ... You've got to wait 3 points before you can buy it. $75 next, and then pull the trigger!'
Research In Motion (RIMM): ' ... the opportunity is here. New products - through Cingular - come out next week ... I'm reiterating my buy on RIMM.'
PepsiCo (PEP): 'PEP is one of the most well-managed companies in the country. They will figure out what to do with the Doritos, and the bad food stuff that's going on. I guess the bottom line is PEP, right now - holding pattern. But, when the economy slows, it be rolling again.'
eBay(EBAY): 'Do you know that, after all this run for EBAY, at $25, the stock is still down 25%? I think that smells like opportunity. EBAY - it works!'
BioMarin Pharmaceutical (BMRN): ' ... without a doubt, the most single, exciting speculative name in biotech today. Pull the trigger! I think there's good news coming. Diagnostic products. Theraputic enzymes. Wow!'
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD): 'I like it right here. I think AMD is a winner. I know people don't like that graphics chip acquisition. I think finally it's right!'
Bank of New York (BK)
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Bank of America (BAC): 'I'm trying to figure out why that CFO left. You know that's never a great thing ... We are now down from two thumbs up, to neutral. Don't buy, don't buy until we know more.'
Regal Entertainment (RGC): 'I cannot believe how great this company has become ... It yields 5% ... Here's the problem. 12% grower. 25x multiple ... That's too expensive. Even though I like that business, I am going to ask you to ring the register!'
Apollo Group (APOL): 'Remember, accounting irregularities equals sell. APOL is accounting irregularities... need I finish the equation?'
American Oriental Bioengineering (AOB): 'I think you should sell that stock nine ways to Sunday. Sell, sell, sell!'
Oracle (ORCL): Oh man, some guy today, he just gonged it ... He said there's going to be a North American database shortfall ... the piece was so, so damning that I've got to now wait until either Larry Ellison [CEO] calls us on the phone on the set, or the quarter. So, I guess ORCL - which has been one of my favorite stocks - has gone to 'don't buy.'
S1 Corp (SONE): ' ... Internet-based financial services ... I'm not going to buy this one. Don't buy, don't buy.'
Baidu (BIDU):'Oh, you know that I missed BIDU. I had a bad call on it. I sat back, because it was a Chinese-communist stock and I didn't pull the trigger. I can't do it at buy. I can't do it a sell, not my strength. Don't buy, don't buy.'
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