Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday July 24. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Freeport-McMoRan (FCX): 'A lot of people were shaking today when it was down $4. That was a mistake. The quarter was a thing of beauty. ... I think you should stay in FCX. Copper and gold? We need 'em both.'
Celgene (CELG): 'Buy some Celgene!'
Schlumberger (SLB): 'This company is the best in show. I gotta tell you something. It ain't done. You know what this company is? It's $80 going to $120. ... Get some Schlumberger.'
Ford (F): 'Go buy the Ford preferred. Don't buy the common.'
Bank of America (BAC)
Hologic (HOLX): 'It has to close this deal. Until it closes this deal, you're not going to get the ramp that you want. ... This is going to own women's diagnostics. They're going to own it, and when they do, this stock is going to go up huge.'
Dominos Pizza (DPZ): 'It reported this great quarter. ... Remember, just up $2 almost. I prefer to buy it under $20. Be patient.'
Tata Motors (TTM): 'I'm going to give this only a lukewarm buy up here.'
Trinity Industries (TRN): ' I like Trinity because I like rails. When you think of rails, you think of a company that makes rail cars. That's Trinity.'
Leucadia National (LUK): 'It's just a couple of guys that run money. They do a good job. ... I'm never going to dis them.'
Brookfield Asset Management (BAM)
Caterpillar (CAT): 'You need to be in Caterpillar.'
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Human Genome Sciences (HGSI): 'Don't mess with Human Genome Sciences. Buy some Celgene.'
ING (ING): 'That's a bank I don't really care for.'
Spartan Motors (SPAR): 'This was a great trade. It has since turned into a bad one, and I've gotta tell you, bad ones don't come back. ... I don't want to own this anymore.'
Joy Global (JOYG): 'Too levered to coal. That was a nasty, ugly quarter. I can't sugarcoat it.'
Nokia (NOK): 'Do I like Nokia? Absolutely. Do I think that you're being a hog? Absolutely. You're selling half tomorrow morning, my friend.'
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