Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday July 6. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Onyx Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ONXX): 'I said that Bayer might want to buy them, because they've got the ... only drug for liver cancer. I reiterate my buy. At $27 bucks, I want to be in it.'
Kroger (NYSE:KR): 'Do you mind if I put you to sleep, and recommend that you swap out of yours, and move into the Kroger (KR), off $4 from its 52-week high? Much cheaper.'
Baidu.com (NASDAQ:BIDU): 'I want you in BIDU. NTES is an also-ran. I want best of breed. BIDU is very cheap versus Google.'
Total System Services (NYSE:TSS): 'That's a very risky speculation from my friends at Third Point.'
Given Imaging (GIVN): 'GIVN's got the PillCam... I think it's a great speculative stock. Cooperman's got like the third-largest position in it. He makes things look easy. I'm a buyer.'
Omniture (OMTR): 'I would buy it more. If you bought it at $24, I would certainly buy it at $22. I do not believe that OMTR will be public at this time next year.'
Sears Holdings (NASDAQ:SHLD): 'Eddie Lampert is going to do well for you... I would not be perturbed, and it did have a nice move today.'
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Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ:GLDD): 'It was a trade ... then you had to move on. I don't look back at trades.'
Coleman Cable (NASDAQ:CCIX): 'These were trades. When I identify something clearly as a trade - when it has that catalyst... The catalyst happened. You've got to go!'
Hilton Hotels (HLT-OLD)
AG Edwards (AGE): 'Yeah, you want to ring the register (i.e.,sell it).'
Netease (NASDAQ:NTES): 'I don't need no NTES. I've got BIDU.'
Bentley Pharmaceuticals (BNT): 'No, no. BNT's got two businesses, but I still regard it as being generic ... I think the generic industry is really awful.'
Six Flags (NYSE:SIX): 'I did not like that last thing that they did ... they made this bizarre acquisition that did not make sense to me... What they ought to be doing is buying... putting up hotels next to these properties. They're in the middle of nowhere. They need to expand... Look, they had that accident too... Let's put it this way. The stock's at $6 bucks ... I expect it to do nothing until they clean up their debt act, which they haven't.'
Spartan Stores (NASDAQ:SPTN): 'Expensive stock. 52-week high. It's had a major move.'
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