Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round, 11/1/07: Baidu versus Sohu

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Includes: ABX, AUTH, AUY, BDX, BIDU, BNI, CMG, DSX, FCX, GG, LVS, NM, RHHBY, SIRI, SOHU, UNP, WYN
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Thursday November 1. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Diana Shipping (NYSE:DSX)
Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI): 'Siri is going to $1 or $2 if they don't get the merger done and to $6 or $7 if they do get the merger done. That's a pretty decent risk/reward.'
Baidu.com (NASDAQ:BIDU): 'Baidu is the way to play China.'
Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG): ' I think the insurers are pushing back, which is why I had to resort to Celgene... Celgene's the name.'
L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL)
Becton Dickinson (NYSE:BDX)
Lowe's (NYSE:LOW): 'I think Lowe's is just way too low. ... I reiterate that I like retail here because it's worked every single time after the Fed cuts.'
Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP): ' Union Pacific has the better breadth, it makes more money per car. ... Union Pacific, not BNI.'
Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX))
Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY)
Goldcorp (NYSE:GG)
Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX)
Wyndham Worldwide (NYSE:WYN): 'They reported a good quarter.'

Bearish calls:

Navios Maritime (NYSE:NM): 'Not my favorite.'
Sohu.com (NASDAQ:SOHU)
Genentech (Private:DNA): 'I had to give up. ... I believed and believed and believed.'
AuthenTec (NASDAQ:AUTH): 'You know, it just had a very big run and I feel like it's an OK name. ... I like security, but I'm gonna send you to a bigger one -- L-3 Communications.'
Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNI)
Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS)
Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG): 'I said it was too high. ... It hasn't made you money till you've rung the register. I want people to ring the register on Chipotle.'

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