Going Down? Cramer's Lightning Round (9/15/08)

 |  Includes: CAVM, FSTR, GD, GOOG, TRN, UN, V
by: Joan Wickham

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday, September 15.

Bullish Calls:

Unilever (NYSE:UN) -- “The company is a huge user of natural gas and great play on a strong dollar. It’s success isn’t dependent on a strong economy. Buy, buy, buy."

Bearish Calls:

Visa (NYSE:V) -- “The credit card company should do well when housing bottoms in 2009 and gas prices dip to $3 a gallon. Until then, don’t buy.”
Cavium Networks (NASDAQ:CAVM) -- “When it comes to semiconductors, it doesn’t matter which one you own, they’re all going down. I do like the sector long term.”
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) -- “Any big-dollar stock is being sold in lumps by hedge funds to raise capital. Don’t buy until Google drops to $400.”
General Dynamics (NYSE:GD) -- “If you think Barack Obama is going to win the presidency, then you don’t want to own a defense contractor.”
LB Foster (NASDAQ:FSTR) --Trinity (NYSE:TRN) is a better pick because it offers the chance to invest in a company that features both rail equipment products and wind turbines.”

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