Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday May 4. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE:ICE): 'It is killing the shorts that stock. ... That stock is a fave along with CME and CBOT Holdings. This group is fantastic ... raising margin, raising price."
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (NASDAQ:CME)
CBOT Holdings (BOT):' This group is fantastic ... raising margin, raising price.'
Progressive (NYSE:PGR): 'One of the highest-quality insurers in the world.'
Prudential (NYSE:PRU): ' ... are the ultimate insurers in this country.'
United Online (NASDAQ:UNTD): 'This company yields 5%. It's got momentum. It's doing well. ... United Online, you get a thumb up.'
Sears (NASDAQ:SHLD): 'The stock was down badly today. I know people want me to run, they want me to hide ... I'm not selling a share. ... I am a believer.'
American Capital (NASDAQ:ACAS): 'Eight percent yields ... consistently pilloried by the bears. ... I see 8% growth, sells at 13 times earnings; I see a stock that's going higher.'
Public Service Enterprise (NYSE:PEG): 'Off of my electric bill alone, I would buy these guys.'
Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK)
Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED)
Energy Metals (EMU): 'Been marking time. ... very speculative stock ... I think there's more upside.'
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ): 'The only tech stock that we're really behind right now is Hewlett-Packard.'
Bank of New York (NYSE:BK)
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IPG Photonics (NASDAQ:IPGP): 'All this stuff that goes into the big telecommunications world has turned very cold for me.'
FoxHollow Technologies (FOXH): 'They gave away the upside when they made that deal with Merck .'
Atmel (NASDAQ:ATML): ' ... don't think there's any upside there.'
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