Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday February 13. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Palomar Medical Technologies (PMTI): 'I think PMTI should be bought. I want to wait to see what happens.'
Joy Global (JOYG): 'Mining equipment is - I think - a growth area again, after many years ... I think JOYG is in a nice spot ... I think it's ridiculous that that stock's so low... buy buy buy!'
Marvell Technology (MRVL): ' ... if you want a turnaround semi - and if you pay more than $18, I'm going to regret it - MRVL is the one that has the least down, and the most up. Swap out of LSI and into MRVL
Ford (F): 'I like the management of F. I think they're really good. I don't like the common stock. The common stock's not as good as the convertible. I say swap out of the common, and get into the F convertible. And Mulally's doing a great job there.'
Lundin Mining (LMC): 'I think that LMC is the heir - it is the one that will be bought before any ... I want to back up the truck up at $10 on LMC.'
L-1 Identity Solutions (ID): I think that Bob LaPenta ... I genuinely believe that he is building a powerhouse. I do believe that - if he doesn't get the stock up through acquisitions - he will sell the company. Bob LaPenta is a bankable man, and I am sticking with him.'
CarMax (KMX): 'Let me tell you something. AN and KMX are both fabulous, fabulous stocks, and I want to own both of them ... I do believe that KMX has too far behind AN, and you should pull the trigger right now!'
United Auto Group (UAG)
Asbury Automotive Group (ABG)
Service Corp (SCI): ' I think that this company - which was in the early 2000s just a mess - has gotten its act back together. It's become, once again, a great growth company.'
Level 3 Communications (LVLT): 'LVLT is just terrific here. It is going to be the bandwidth company of the future. I think that LVLT will either be acquired .... or go cash flow positive by the end of the year, and blow the numbers away in 2008. LVLT remains my favorite under-$7 stock on Mad Money.'
Lamson & Sessions (LMS): 'I send you to LMS. Cheaper and better.'
LSI Logic (LSI): 'No! Questionable. Not one of my favorite semis at all.' But if you want a turnaround semi - and if you pay more than $18, I'm going to regret it - MRVL* is the one that has the least down, and the most up. Swap out of LSI and into MRVL
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Urban Outfitters (URBN): 'We've had a major turn in URBN. It has just moved all the way up from $18 to $26, and do you mind if I (ring the register) on that name. I think the run is overdone. I want to sell, sell, sell URBN.'
Allos Therapeutics (ALTH): 'No. Too hard. Man, we've got CELG down so much. Why you fooling around with that lesser stuff.'
Symmetricom (SYMM): 'No. Copper wiring. You want copper wiring, I send you to LMS. Cheaper and better.'
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