Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday March 5. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Public Service Enterprise (PEG): "I have been surprised here. They guided down so small and people panicked. They're wrong. It's a buy."
McDonald's (MCD): "I love McDonald's. I think the entry point is $53 to $54. This is a great long-term story."
L-3 Communciations (LLL): "I think L3 is one of the great defense contractors."
General Dynamics (GD), Raytheon (RTN), Textron (TXT)
EMC (EMC): "Why is that stock going down…EMC is cheap. I like EMC."
Walt Disney (DIS): "Everything points to Disney going up 25% from here. I think they're fabulous."
Tata Motors (TTM): "Tata bit off more than it can chew with their acquisition today. I want to sell, sell, sell Tata"
Boeing (BA): "Boeing is troubling to me. It's a great American company, but this Dreamliner is a problem. The answer is "don't buy until they figure it out."
Moody's (MCO): "Are you kidding me. I think the rating agencies are going away. I would sell this one right here"
Sony (SNE): "That was one of the worst quarters I've ever seen. I want to sell Sony."
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