Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday May 16. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
JPMorgan Chase (JPM): 'This is a bank that is so on its game. I wish that Jamie Dimon would merge with Citigroup... When Chuck Prince [ CEO] decides that he is ready to roll, Citi goes to 60.'
Wynn Resorts (WYNN)
Kookmin Bank (KB): ' ... 4% yield, tremendous growth ... the growth that Chuck Prince [Citigroup CEO] dreams about. I say Kookmin is still a buy.'
Golden Star Resources (GSS): 'Every single gold stock is down. ... Every one of these gold stocks is trading together. I would pick my spots and start buying some more ... '
Yamana Gold (AUY): 'Don't forget AUY.'
Kinross Gold (KGC)
National Oilwell Varco (NOV): 'This stock is at 90. ... I am going to advise you to take a little off. ... Only rig maker left in this country, and I think that stock is going higher.'
Raytheon (RTN): 'The cheapest of defense stocks. ... This company is so darn cheap, and they're getting out of the extraneous business ... they're buying back stock ... going to 60.'
Superior Energy (SPN)
Nymex (NMX): 'I like the Merc very much.'
Monster Worldwide (MNST): 'I want you to hold onto it.'
General Maritime (GMR)
Volcano (VOLC): 'When you're 3 points off the high, I can't call that the House of Pain. ... I think Volcano is a terrific play.'
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Jones Soda (OTC:JSDA): 'Bullish at 12 , we caught the double. ... We are not pulling the trigger now. Why? There's too much hot money in Jones.'
Melco PBL Entertainment (MPEL): 'Here it is at 14, and I still dislike it. I say ixnay on the Melconay.'
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): ' J&J has been reduced to a pitiful, helpless giant. ... They have had a terrible run with the anemia drug. ... I say use the strength to sell to the power of nine.'
Syntax-Brillian (BRLC): 'Sell it nine ways to Sunday.'
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