Barrick Gold (ABX)
Lundin Mining (LMC)
Aircastle (AYR): 'Everyone feels it is only a matter of time before these companies stop leasing planes, and Aircastle is in trouble. ... No, these are better, the yields are safer.'
Shaw Group (SGR): 'If you want nuclear power, you should buy SGP, which is down 2½ today.'
Geneisis Lease (GLS)
Exelon Group (EXC): 'That is one of the best utilities out there…I've been using Exelon as ways to play the slowdown. ... You stick with Exelon.'
Textron (TXT): 'I think the defense play is no longer Ceradyne, it's Textron.'
EnCana (ECA): "Yes! At last a stock that is so right, a stock that is just a solution to $100 oil. ECA is still rocking, so is Suncor.'
Boeing (BA): ' Let's be careful here. It's a $90 stock, and when you have a $90 stock, it can go down quickly. They had an OK quarter, not great, and a big buyback. ... I think you can get it in the $80s.'
United Technologies (UTX)
Honeywell (HON): 'Honeywell has just been stalled here. The quarter was great ... $55 we pull the trigger. Company's buying back stock.'
Mastercard (MA): 'I think MA is better [than EXP].'
L. B. Foster (FSTR)
Biovail (BVF): 'Come on, man, we have to have the highest possible quality, not the lowest possible generics. ... I'd rather see you in Celgene.'
Ceradyne (CRDN): 'Out of nowhere they have just crushed that stock. ... I think the defense play.'
Rite Aid (RAD): 'RAD has been a bowwow of late. All my speculative names have been crushed by this decline.'
American Express (AXP): 'That was part of a gigantic short squeeze Friday where they all went up. ... I think it's just OK. ... I think MasterCard is better.'
Capital One (COF)
Synchross (SNCR): 'That's been a highflier; I like the stock. They have an affiliation with iPhone. ... But we're gonna do 'don't buy until we found out what that down-five was all about.'
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