Cramer's Lightning Round - Viva Las Vegas (1/10/11)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Monday January 10.

Bullish Calls:

MGM (NYSE:MGM), Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN), Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS): "I recommended it at $ is one of my favorite specs. It ain't done. Las Vegas is terrific. I like Wynn on earnings, LVS on turnaround and MGM on spec, and I am reiterating all three as buys."

KKR Financial (KFN): "I like that stock. I recommended it around $80, and it's still going up. I want you to stick it out."

Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU): "Do you mind if I just go with Baidu? I want you to sell Dangdang."

AT&T (NYSE:T): "Let this run... it yields 6%. It should go to 5%. There has been pressure on it because Verizon's picking up the iPhone. AT&T is a very good company... I think the company is going back to a 5% yield where I will tell you to cut the position."

Polyone (NYSE:POL): "I know the company. I know its resins, its cehmicals. I like the chemical business very much. I would urge you to hold onto it."

F5 Networks (NASDAQ:FFIV): "I don't like to buy this on the spike...but it is one of our favorite high growth stocks...I think FFIV can go higher and it is not done, but I prefer to buy it lower."


Alpine Global Premier Properties Fund (NYSE:AWP): "That is a closed-end fund and I don't know what they currently own, so I can't opine on it...I'm giong to take a pass on that one."

Bearish Calls:

TransGlobe (NASDAQ:TGA): "You cut it in half tomorrow... so you play with the house's money. It is good but not great. Go with something with a better yield because that has no yield."

China Dangdang (NYSE:DANG): "People love it because they think it is the son of you mind if I just go with Baidu? I want you to sell sell sell Dangdang."

Gannett (NYSE:GCI), New York Times (NYSE:NYT): "I don't like the newspaper business...New York Times is one of the worst perfomers of the last decade. I don't like the newspaper business... it is a no growth business and I like growth."


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