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Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday December 18. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

GameStop (NYSE:GME): 'Monster stock! ... I take a lot of criticism every time it falls. What do I say? Back the truck up. ... GameStop is going higher!'
Disney (NYSE:DIS): 'Unbelievable what a bad performer that one has been. ... I like the fact that Disney's model is better than what people realize. ... That stock will be at $37, $38 and everyone will say, 'That was easy.'
Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT): 'I am taking a five-year perspective, not a five-day perspective. ...When the economy bounces back, it will double. ... If you can't take the pain, you should SellSellSell, but I am digging in my heels.'
BioMarin Pharmaceutical (NASDAQ:BMRN)
Deere (NYSE:DE): 'This is a classic bull-market game. This stock pulls back 10% ... pull the trigger.
Agrium (NYSE:AGU): 'My favorite name in the group is Agrium.'
Hain Celestial (NASDAQ:HAIN): 'If we want natural food, we're going with best in breed. ... We're going with Hain which has seen insider buying. ... Hain is your pick.'
CVRD (NYSE:RIO): 'I like Rio CVRD and Freeport more [than Mechel] what can I say?'
Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX)
Petroleo Brasileiro (NYSE:PBR): 'I like Brazil very much. ... If you got to own one stock ... it will be Petroleo.'

Bearish calls:

US Bancorp (NYSE:USB): 'If Warren Buffett didn't own this stock, I would say SellSellSell. ... Because he's in it, I say Don'tBuy.'
Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN): 'Amgen is down so long, it seems up to me.'
DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS): ' I don't trust that group. ... There was too much momentum money.'
E*Trade (NASDAQ:ETFC): 'It's not done going down.'
Asta Funding (ASFI)
United Natural Foods (NASDAQ:UNFI)

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