Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday August 22. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Crocs (NASDAQ:CROX): ' ... is stalled right here. I saw it go down a little. Understand: The short position remains huge ... When we have four major analysts covering it, only then will I say Don'tBuy.'
Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY): ' ... it is the only growth gold stock out there. It is making an incredible amount of money. ... It also produces copper at the same time.'
Precision Castparts (NYSE:PCP): 'The bull market in aerospace and defense is back. Precision Castparts had a better quarter than almost every other supplier to the major airline companies.'
Goodyear Tire (NYSE:GT): '... has had a major pullback ... Goodyear Tire is one of those companies ... best of breed. I think I like the stock up to the $32, $33 level.'
InterContinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE): 'I like derivatives. I like commodies trading. ICE is good.'
CME Group (NASDAQ:CME)
NYMEX Holdings (NMX): 'I am hopeful that the Nymex merges with the New York Stock Exchange. It would be a terrific deal.'
NYSE Euronext (NYSE:NYX):'The only one of those that's done really badly is New York Stock Exchange, but I'm stickin' with it.'
Vector Group (NYSE:VGR):
Research In Motion (RIMM)
Reynolds American (NYSE:RAI)
Altria (NYSE:MO): ' ... those dividends are for me, and that's why I stick with tobacco.'
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True Religion Apparel (NASDAQ:TRLG): ' ... gotta tell you. I don't know if that swimwear line can move the needle. ... This group is very hard.'
Superior Offshore (DEEP): 'Worst oil-service stock I have ever seen. I mean, it's unbelievable. ... This stock feels almost cursed. ... I can't abandon it at $10... Wait until the end of the month ...'
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