Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday March 24. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Eastman Kodak (EK): “They have a great printing business. I am sticking with Kodak.”
Korea Electric Power (NYSE:KEP): “This stock could go up seven to eight points, I want you to keep it.”
General Mills (NYSE:GIS): “I’d rather see you in GIS or Kellogg [than in CPB].”
Darling International (NYSE:DAR): “Their CEO [Randall Steuwe] tells a good story, I want to stick with him, he's money in the bank!"
Lindsay Corporation (NYSE:LNN): “They had a monster quarter. I want you to stick with that one."
Mastercard (NYSE:MA): "I think Mastercard is cheaper and the better deal here [than Visa].”
NuStar Energy (NYSE:NS): "I've been working on this one; they yield fabulously. I want to back up the truck on this one, I believe in them."
Borders Group (BGP): "Tough stock, we've been negative on it. I've been concerned about their balance sheet. I don't like the book business."
Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB): They're a chronic under-performer.”
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