Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday, September 12.
OshKosh Truck (NYSE:OSK) -- “"This stock is too low to sell. At $13 I want to own this stock.”
Deere (NYSE:DE) -- “I was kicking myself for not buying some for my trust. I like Deere at $62 - $63.”
Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ) -- “Their CEO is doing a fabulous job. I think Hewlett Packard is best in show, and I don't like a lot of technology but that’s one I do like.”
Medco Health (NYSE:MHS) -- "This is one of the great healthcare stocks. I think they can beat the competition; they are really well run."
Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED) -- “I recommend buying ConEd even up here”.
Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) -- “Hershey is not as good as Campbell Soup. Congratulations to Campbell’s on a great quarter.”
Denbury Research (NYSE:DNR) -- “Another one of these incredible oil and gas companies everyone has given up on. I do like the company but the group is for sale. If we do not get hurricane damage, the stock is going down.”
USEC (USU) -- “I haven’t liked it. The Uranium plays have not been good including that one. I do not want to own it.”
Sun Power (NASDAQ:SPWR) -- “I like Sunpower, but I like First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR) more. But understand as oil goes down, no one will be buying these stocks. You have to buy them lower.”
Marshall & Ilsley (NYSE:MI) -- “This is a speculative institution now. I think you will be fine but I'm not recommending it.”
McDonald (NYSE:MCD) -- "I think McDonald's need to pull back under $60 before I pull the trigger on this one. This is the third great CEO in a row."
Dynegy (NYSE:DYN) -- “Too hard. We need more information.”
Allegheny Energy Inc. (AYE) -- “No to Allegheny.”
Hershey Foods (NYSE:HSY) -- “I like Hershey but I like Cadbury (CBY) and Campbell Soup (CPB) better.
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