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Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday April 14.

Bullish Calls:

Supervalu (NYSE:SVU), Whole Foods (WFMI), Kroger (NYSE:KR): "(Supervalu is) one of bottom finishers in the S&P...the dogs of the S&P are all roaring. I do, in the end, prefer Whole Foods and Kroger, but every dog has its day."

Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT), Bucyrus (NASDAQ:BUCY): "A lot of of people felt that Japan would already be kicking in with reconstruction...I think Caterpillar longer term is the single best story...so is Bucyrus...great China play. I want you to stay the course with CAT."

Motricity (MOTR): "There is something wrong with Motricity...it is such a horrible acting stock...we had the CEO on. It looked like a good story. Somebody knows something in this. That is how I feel...there are sellers of this thing every day. They obviously saw my interview with this guy, they obviously don't believe him. This stock is so low, that even if the bears are right, I don't think the stock can go down that much more."

Linn Energy (NASDAQ:LINE): "I love Linn Energy. What is there not to like? It is one of the best-run companies in the industry...it is a buy, buy, buy."

Endeavor Silver Corp (NYSE:EXK), iShares Silver Trust (NYSEARCA:SLV), Goldcorp (NYSE:GG), SPDR Gold Trust ETF (NYSEARCA:GLD): "I like silver very much. First I like the SLV ETF, then I like the coins, then I like the stocks. Same order with gold. I like GLD, then I like the bullion, then I like GG. I am a believer in the precious metals, which I regard as being currencies."

There were no bearish calls on Thursday's Lightning Round.

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Source: Cramer's Lightning Round - Every S&P Dog Has Its Day (4/14/11)