Cramer's Lightning Round - A Lion's Share For Lions Gate (3/1/13)

Mar. 03, 2013 6:19 AM ETCSCO, LGF.A, CPRI, GIS, K, KHC, DS, EPD, EWW, EGHT, DF, OBE, FOSL2 Comments
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Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Friday March 1.

Bullish Calls:

Lions Gate (LGF): "It has had a remarkable move. It owns a lot of content and is doing a good job. I will bless owning it, but don't be greedy. If it goes up another 50%, I want you to take off some."

Cisco (CSCO): " ... Cisco is inexpensive, and it is a better buy (than 8x8)."

Michael Kors (KORS): "Kors is a better company (than Fossil). Kors is down."

General Mills (GIS), Kellogg (K), Kraft (KRFT): "I'd rather be in a higher yielding stock (than in Dean Foods). General Mills, if it pulls back, Kellogg, if it pulls back, Kraft, with the dividend, are all superior."

Newcastle Investment (NCT): "It is a play on real estate. I like that."

Enterprise Products Partners (EPD): "A lot of pipelines may trade up because the State Department may bless the Keystone Pipeline. EPD with a 4.5% yield is better (than Penn West)."

iShares MSCI Mexico Index ETF (EWW): "If it goes below $79, Buy. We have it for the charitable trust ... I think Mexico is a great buy, and I recommend that you buy more EWW."

Bearish Calls:

8x8 (EGHT): "This is a speculative stock I do not care for. I think you should sell (Cramer would buy Cisco instead).

Dean Foods (DF): "We liked Dean Foods because of that Whitewave AlPro spinoff that was exciting. Now it is played out."

Fossil (FOSL): "... is too volatile. I would swap out of Fossil and buy Kors."

Penn West Petroleum (PWE): "These trusts have been going down."


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