Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round, 10/8/07: Buy China Digital

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday October 8. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Indevus Pharmaceuticals (IDEV): 'I recommended this as a speculative play. ... They have a lot of products ... I'm not backing away from it.'
Nastech (NSTK): 'I'm not backing away from it. ... But my speculative play is Nastech.'
Haliburton (NYSE:HAL)
Foster Wheeler (FWLT): 'I would rather be in Foster Wheeler than I would be in Great Lakes Dredge and Dock.'
AT &T (NYSE:T):'You need to have a stock that has a dividend. ... You need something like an AT&T.'
GameStop (NYSE:GME): 'This stock is unchanged! I was hoping we would get a chance to buy it at $56, but it's not gonna go there. ... So you know what we gotta do? We gotta pull the trigger.'
Verizon (NYSE:VZ)
Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED)
Transocean (NYSE:RIG)
Diamond Offshore (NYSE:DO): 'DO has put together one great company and I would never tell you to sell DO.'
McDonald's (NYSE:MCD): 'I wish I had bought more. This is the ultimate weak dollar stock.'
China Digital (NYSE:STV): 'This is as good as Baidu, this is as good as China Telecom … this feels like VMWare… Could it add another 20 points? Yeah, I say BuyBuyBuy!'
Yum Brands (NYSE:YUM): 'I went on record that Yum would have a blowout quarter and I was right. I like fast food. I like Yum.'
ConcoPhillips (NYSE:COP): 'It was downgraded last week, someone took it to a sell. I won't even dignify who that was. ... I think this could be an $80-to-$120 name. ... I think Conoco rocks!'

Bearish calls:

InterDigital (NASDAQ:IDCC): ' … now I say ixnay on InterDigitalnay.'
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock (NASDAQ:GLDD): 'I would rather be in Foster Wheeler, than I would be in GLDD.'

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