Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, March 9

by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday March 9. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

RPM International (NYSE:RPM): 'Rustoleum! The stock got hit for $2 bucks. Down to 3% yield again. C'mon! Back up the truck for RPM, one of the great long-term performers and, by the way, a very conservative management.'
Six Flags (NYSE:SIX): 'You should buy SIX in the spring, ahead of the summer season... We had that guy Mark Shapiro on... That guy just rocks.'
General Maritime (NYSE:GMR): ' Remember, I have not been a fan of the tanker stocks, but the one guy I trust is Georgiopoulos. He's the CEO. He's actually the founder. It's his money man. We've got to go with him.'
Halliburton (NYSE:HAL): 'You keep your HAL! The prince ... is now the king! ... has a 10% buyback ... HAL is awakening from its slumber. It is now marching upward. It has been my value stock of the year.'
Staples (NASDAQ:SPLS): 'Sport, I recommended this thing right here (at its current price) and it has not moved at all. And yet, it keeps delivering and delivering and delivering. I am not abandoning it. It's one of the best-run retailers out there.'
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ): 'I like HPQ. It's been stuck here, under $40. I want you to make the switch out of the DELL and into the HPQ.'
Under Armour (NYSE:UA): 'That stock holds in like you won't believe! ... I think the breakdown in Reebok, which is now owned by Adidas, where it's now going to lose a lot of shelf space, is going to be UA's gain. I like UA so much, that I have to contain myself!'
Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR): ' ... this is the level. Anybody who bought CHTR at $3.10, you must buy it here. This company is going to be able to refinance and refinance and refinance, because interest rates are so low. I am sticking by CHTR. '
Graco (NYSE:GGG): 'I didn't believe that the stock should be this low. He does have a lot of North America that's weak... I think that guy is great. I would take advantage of the fact that GGG is down. Take advantage of his honesty. I would pull the trigger.'

Neutral calls:

Cadbury Schweppes (NYSE:CSG): 'It yields 3.68% and it's all the way down to $41?... I've got to look at that .... Let's do a segment on CSG - I don't know whether it's going to be positive or negative - next week.'

Bearish calls:

Bausch & Lomb (BOL): ' Here's the deal: I think that BOL - as long as it's run by Ron Zarella - is a nightmare. And he is in my hall of shame. Sell, sell, sell! He's ridiculous. He should step down. And, you know what Ron? It's not personal. It's just business.'
American Home Mortgage (AHM): 'That dividend is 18%, and I think some large dividends, unlike hips, do lie. I want to be careful of that ... that dividend is a distinct red flag. I'm nervous.'
Dell (NASDAQ:DELL): 'No. Sell, sell, sell! No, Michael Dell cannot work miracles. I like HPQ*. It's been stuck here, under $40. I want you to make the switch out of the DELL and into the HPQ.'
Iconix Brand (NASDAQ:ICON): 'This stock has so much momentum that it actually - and I don't mean this to be negative - this one scare's me, it's got so much momentum... I keep reading about it virtually everywhere ... I don't want to buy it, even though I know it's doing the right thing. Don't buy, don't buy.'
Gmarket (GMKT): 'You know, GMKT's bad ... This has been a tough market. GMKT I was too bullish on it ... I hope it really goes up so we can really dump on it and get everybody out of it.'
Melco PBL Entertainment (NASDAQ:MPEL):
Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU): 'Not in our lifetime. Sell, sell, sell! Stay away my friend!'
Pfizer (NYSE:PFE):
Crown Media Holdings (NASDAQ:CRWN): 'Your stock stinks! Sell, sell, sell!'

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