Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round, 1/15/08: Boeing's Dreamliner Fantasy

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 |  Includes: AB, BA, BAM, BIDU, CCTYQ, DWNFQ, FCX, HRB, MDT, PLSDF, RF, TROW
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday January 15. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Puget Energy (PSD): 'Yeah, nice 3.5% yield.'
Teva Pharmaceutical (NASDAQ:TEVA): 'TEVA's holding up better. It's not one of my faves, but it's a drug stock that works.'
Given Imaging (GIVN): 'People don't like these healthcare diagnostic stocks with actual costs involved. I can't get behind it, even though I like it.'
Baidu.com (NASDAQ:BIDU): Baidu's an expensive stock. ... That's in a Chinese market that is slowing down. ... It always overreacts in the beginning. ... Let's do Baidu under $300.'
T.Rowe (NASDAQ:TROW): 'It's down all the way to $49. It has no exposure to these problems. It's a fabulously-run company, and it's down more than any.'
Athenahealth (NYSE:AB)
Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX): 'I don't like it short term… Longer term, I like it so much. It's copper. It's got some gold… I think FCX could trade to $85 or $87... and, only there, down from $94, will I want to buy it.'
Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE:BAM): 'It's run by a really smart guy from Canada. I think they're doing a good job. But it's considered to be just a terrible stock in a bear market... let's not throw it away.'

Bearish calls:

H&R Block (NYSE:HRB): 'I'm not done selling it! I think that stock heads to $14. I don't want you touching that.'
Boeing (NYSE:BA):
' … everybody thought Dreamliner would ship this year. We're starting to get nervous about it, so let's be careful.'
Regions Financial (NYSE:RF)
Downey Financial (NYSE:DSL)
Circuit City (NYSE:CC): 'I think CC could be…the house of pain…a goner…don't stick with CC.'

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