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Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Wednesday, July 23.

Bullish Calls 

  • Cigna (NYSE:CI) – “ Best of the health care group. They buy back a lot.” 
  • Sims Group (SMS) -- “Scrap steel is still going down with the rest. There aren’t enough scrap operators out there. Buy, Buy, Buy.” 
  • Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) -- “Google is a buy off Yahoo’s good news.”
  • Research in Motion (RIMM) - “This stock is also good.”
  • EnerSys (NYSE:ENS) -- “I like it as a spec. I think battery technology is the wave of the future. I am sticking with it.”
  • SBA Communications (NASDAQ:SBAC) -- “I’ve been behind this group all the way. I like the business.”
  • Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) -- “I like Amazon more than Microsoft.” 

Bearish Calls

  • TiVo (NASDAQ:TIVO) -- “The company is run by an excellent manager. Their situation is just OK not great. I would not be a buyer now. I would buy at the $5 level.”
  • eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) -- “People just don’t like the stock. This is the one dot com I can’t get behind. Someone should buy them and put them out of their misery. Sell, Sell.”
  • Cardiome Pharma (NASDAQ:CRME) -- “This one is too small for me to give a view on them. They have had a good run though.”
  • Fuelcell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL) -- “This one is too speculative. Stay away.”
  • Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) -- “I have a hard time getting behind it. I didn’t see much in the quarter. 
  • Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) -- "I like Apple more than Microsoft but would not recommend it.”
  • Nighthawk Radiology (NHWK) -- “I am bearish on the stock. No – don’t buy it.”
  • United Health (NYSE:UNH) -- “Sell and buy Cigna.”
  • Ford Motor (NYSE:F) and General Motors (NYSE:GM) -- “Too speculative, although I am warning up on the preferred stock.”

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Source: eBay is a Not Com - Cramer's Lightning Round (7/23/08)