Cramer's Lightning Round - Nvidia's Chart is Bad? Oh, Please (10/14/09)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday October 14.

Bullish Calls:

NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA): "The stock is only down a dollar from where we recommended it and I want to buy more… NVIDIA is at the cusp of a major new cycle… people tell me that the chart is bad… oh please… it is one of the few semis that is still not expensive… let’s do some buy, buy, buy."

Freeport McMoRan (NYSE:FCX): "Richard Adkerson [CEO] was so bullish, he was talking about bringing back the dividend… this man is money. I have always liked him. I would stick with FCX. I think that it is a winning stock… that is the copper company so that everybody knows… does a lot of business with China."

McDonald's (NYSE:MCD): "You have got horse sense… McDonald’s yields 3.8%… here is what I want you to do, not only do I want you to stick with it, but if it were to go down to 4%… you had better be pulling the trigger multiple six figures times… in other words, buy another $100 worth of stock."

Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ:FITB), Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ:HBAN): "Huntington Bancshares Inc. I like more than Fifth Third, it has not moved as much… it is still doing well...these two stocks, HBAN and Fifth Third, have been always on the list because they are single dollar, or low teenage stocks… and I like them both."

Calgon Carbon (NYSE:CCC): "It has done a lot of nothing until of late because it is a pollution control filtration company… and I want to buy it right here at $16."

TCF Financial (TCB): "Without a doubt one of the cheapest stocks in the country… I now feel like I have stolen all of the thunder of it at $14... but I want to buy it."

Bearish Calls:

Energy Solutions (NYSE:ES-OLD): "I have always liked this stock because it has to do with the nuclear industry… I am a forever believer in nuclear power, the unfortunate thing is that the rest of the country is not… including the President… so I have to say do not buy."


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