Cramer's Lightning Round - Skechers Is Sketchy (9/14/10)

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Includes: ADBE, COP, GBCI, IGT, SKX, WMS-OLD, WTI, WYNN
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday September 14.

Bullish Calls

Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE): "I'm going to say to buy Adobe. They've got some great products, and I'm no longer worried about the Apple problem. So I think you should pull the trigger... buy, buy, buy... even though the stock's only up above $29-30, I think it's good to go."

Glacier Bancorp (NASDAQ:GBCI): "You know I like it. Now Glacier has not moved. It did not have great non-performers. I reiterate that I think the balance sheet's terrific and I'd like to buy the stock... buy, buy, buy!"

ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP): "I like dividend....I like ConocoPhillips."

WMS Industries (NYSE:WMS-OLD), Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN): "IGT is not as good as WMS Industries Inc. I want you to sell IGT... sell, sell, sell!... And I want you to buy WMS and Wynn Resorts ... buy, buy, buy!"

Bearish Calls:

Skechers (NYSE:SKX): "Alright, I'm doing a follow up on Skechers, because it's been such a dog. It's one of my worst picks. I thought it was a really terrific idea because of the Toners shoe. I reiterate that I like it, but I've got to tell you something... When you're as wrong as I am, you've got to eat some crow, so stay tuned. Because right now, even though I think it's a buy, I clearly blew it. I blew Skechers. I thought it was really cheap, and it's not working."

W&T Offshore (NYSE:WTI): "Yeah, WTI... No, I like a dividend... it's a very small dividend. Not enough for me."

International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT): "No, no, no... listen!... But IGT is not as good as WMS Industries Inc. I want you to sell IGT... sell, sell, sell!..."

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