Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday April 17. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Amgen (AMGN): 'Worst is over ... we've seen the stock go from 55 to 60 ... Let's buy some Amgen.'
GOL Linhas Areas Inteligentes (GOL): 'At 28, we got a gift here. ... Brazil is up 28% for the year. We had a little profit-taking. Pull the trigger. Make your move.'
Bank of America (BAC): 'Feels real good to me here. ... at 51 with a 4.3% yield, you are going to make money.'
Jones Soda (OTCQB:JSDA): 'We have seen the stock triple. ... 20 it goes to 30. Down 4, do we start buying it again? Yeah, I would buy Jones Soda down here.'
American International Group (AIG): 'I own AIG, up nicely but not enough. Every day I go home and curse Hank Greenberg ... because he's constantly selling the stock. ... if he would ever stop selling, the stock would go to 75.'
Rigel Pharmaceuticals (RIGL)
Nastech Pharmaceutical (NSTK): 'I would rather do Nastech.'
Cemex (CX): 'Cemex is going to have a monopoly on cement by the time they're done.'
Homex Development (HXM)
PDL BioPharma (PDLI)
United Online (UNTD)
Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX)
Lundin Mining (LMC): 'When that stock got to 10, once again the hate mail so thick that I was just swimming in it. ... I am just one first-class masochist. I backed the truck up to that name. And that's why it's at a 52-week high.'
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First Marblehead (FMD): 'Up 2 bucks in reaction to the big selloff yesterday, but SellSellSell.'
Optium (OPTM): 'Like the high bandwidth, optical networking, but Don'tBuy. This group is too hard for me.'
Peabody Energy (BTU): 'Just went from 38 to 48. ... I think that BPU pulls back to 45, and that's where you do it .'
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