Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV program, Thursday, July 10.
- Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM) - "Buy instead of Stillwater Mining (SWC)."
- Eaton (ETN) - "Great American manufacturing company. The stock is being thrown away. Buy aggressively"
- Oilsands Quest (BQI) - "Still high on the stock but natural gas is back. Stick with this one."
- Ferrellgas Partners (FGP) - "Real good. Kind of stock I like. Good dividends; good yield. A winner; stick with it."
- Nike (NKE) - "A favorite and down to $55."
- Motorola (MOT) – "Don't give up. It is worth much more than $6. Good speculative buy."
- CGV Veritas (CGV) – "You gotta buy more. It is unbelievable. It is the only oil service company in the globe at a 52-week low."
- Stillwater Mining (SWC) – "Too aggressive. Don't buy."
- Under Armour (UA) – "Extremely negative. Better not to own. I can't stand it."
- Salesforce.com (CRM) – "Fabulous CEO but tech is so awful. Stick with it."
- United Parcel Service (UPS) – "A fabulous company but cannot own it. Oil out of control."
- FedEx (FDX)
- Rambus (RMBS) – "Techs are in trouble. Not touching that stock. Don't stick with NVDA, AMD or even CSCO."
- Trinity Industries (TRN) – "There are two Trinities. The railcar business stinks. The company is reinventing itself as a windmill company. There is downside on the railcar business and upside on windmills. Put half your position in now and the other half at $25. This is a split decision."
- Sherwin-Williams (SHW) – "Don't touch anything housing related. This is the third rail don't touch it. The same as banking."
- Corning (GLW) – "Corning is struggling. AU said liquid crystal display market is slowing. Their fiber business is not nearly as big. Merrill upgraded this morning and I liked their reasoning but it is still too expensive."
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