Cramer's Lightning Round - Solar Is In Its Own Private Bear Market (11/10/11)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday November 10.

Bullish calls:

Whole Foods (NASDAQ:WFM): " that it is down 3.5% from where they were before they reported that great quarter? I'd say buy."

McMoRan Exploration (NYSE:MMR): " long as you recognize it is a spec on some really big big properties...I'd say 'buy" but it is speculative."

Davita (NYSE:DVA): "I like that business...this is all kidney failure, kidney valves. It is a good consistent one."

Bearish calls:

GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT): "Solar is in its own personal bear market. Too hard for this guy. Too risky. Not there."

Activision (NASDAQ:ATVI): "Don't look reason to own gaming stocks. They are too complicated...too difficult. I don't like them. Take a pass."

Research in Motion (RIMM): "I don't see any reason to own it. I've avoided it for 50 straight points. I'm going to continue to say 'don't buy.'"

World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE): "Nothing cooking there...kind of a wasting asset. No reason to own it."

Nokia (NYSE:NOK): "I think Nokia doesn't have what I like to catalyst, no momentum, goes up 50 cents but that's about it."

InterOil Corporation (NYSE:IOC): "No. Way too risky for me."


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