Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, 8/23/07

by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Thursday August 23. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN)

Research in Motion (RIMM): 'It's just had a gigantic ramp. It'll come down, and then we pull the trigger.'
Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ): 'I'd like to pull the trigger on DPZ on this pullback. I think it's right. I know that dairy costs... I think they're going be built in at this point.
Eagle Bulk Shipping (NASDAQ:EGLE): 'I prefer Eagle (to DryShips) because it's got a really big dividend.'
Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ:COST): 'We only like Costco on this show ... We have to have a special thesis to own retail here.'
GameStop (NYSE:GME)
Citizens Communications (CZN): 'All of these companies eventually get bought. This is a small rural wireline company. And wireline business has actually gotten stronger around the country.'
Blue Coat Systems (NASDAQ:BCSI): ' ... that company has unbelievable blowout earnings! This is another enterprise management... It's a security play... and all the security plays are hot.'
Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC)
VF Corp. (NYSE:VFC): 'VFC has pulled back - I think - way too far ... I think VFC is worth pulling the trigger.'
Central European Distribution (NASDAQ:CEDC)
Southern (NYSE:SO)

Bearish calls:

MetroPCS Communications (PCS): ' ... total house of pain ... I am going to go back and look, but not this quarter. We've got to see a couple of quarters, to see if that business can re-ignite again...'
RadioShack (NYSE:RSH): ' ... because RSH is stalled, I do not want to buy this particular pullback.'
Circuit City Stores (NYSE:CC): ' ... It's an existential issue about why Circuit City (CC) is even alive.'
Aeropostale (NYSE:ARO)

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