Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Tuesday October 10. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:
Digital River (NASDAQ:DRIV-OLD)
Corning (NYSE:GLW): 'GLW is a buy ... the big-screen TV is still going to be the big issue in the fall. I like that stock.'
USG Corp. (NYSE:USG): 'Holy cow! Did you see Warren Buffet loading up the boat, buying more? People thought I was wrong. I recommended it at $48 - It goes to $51. Then it goes down to $46, I heard the cat calls. I heard people booing me. I felt it. Now they feel my pain. That stock's above $50, and it's going right to $60.'
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (NASDAQ:MDRX): 'I always thought that MDRX was a better stock, and you know what? I still do! I want to swap out of yours [Quality Systems (NASDAQ:QSII)] and into mine.'
Rowan Companies (NYSE:RDC): 'We have called the top in that group - Sell, sell, sell!... I know they've got those big gorilla rigs. I love it. It doesn't matter. The time has come and gone.'
Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI): 'Listen, this is a shout out to Mel Karmazen [SIRI's CEO]: Mel, if you do not pick up the phone soon, and call the CEO of Satellite Radio (XMSR), and merge these two companies, I've got to tell you, you'll be dead money, and you will not make money for your shareholders. Until you do, it is a don't buy situation.'
Sotheby's (NYSE:BID): 'That is an inflation play. You buy collectibles when inflation is going up. So, right here, right now, I am saying that you take the whole position off - every bit of it. Ring the register, and give yourself some applause for doing it.'
Quality Systems (QSII)
Herbalife (NYSE:HLF): 'This is one of those companies with independent distributors. It reminds me of Nutrisystem (NASDAQ:NTRI). Don't buy, don't buy.'
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