Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Picks, Oct. 27

by: Miriam Metzinger

Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Friday October 27. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

WellPoint (WLP): '... had a terrific quarter this week. ... I would ... get into WellPoint, the new best of breed in the managed-care business.'
AU Optronics (NYSE:AUO): 'I would ... get into AU Optronics ... because of the big-screen TV demand as the holiday season approaches.'
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC): 'I still want to buy Intel here ... I have to eat crow and eat a semiconductor now, but I'm sticking with Intel.'
Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY): '... buy Yamana.'
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO): 'Opportunity is so knocking in Cisco because all technology is getting sold off because of a Goldman Sachs call.'
Best Buy (NYSE:BBY):'Swap out of the Circuit City and get into the BBY.'
Game Stop (NYSE:GME): 'that's gonna be better [than GigaMedia].'

Bearish calls:
Grupo Simec (NYSEMKT:SIM): 'Even though this is close to its 52-week high, I don't want to buy it. But I do not want to sell it. Let's just hold it.'
Bebe Stores (NASDAQ:BEBE): 'Let's wait to see another month. I urge you to wait.'
Syntax-Brillian (BRLC)
Watson Pharmaceuticals (WPI):
'I have lost so much money in my time trying to buy Watson ... I want you to stay away from Watson. ... We will see the buys of a lifetime in Big Pharma.'
Simpletech (NASDAQ:STEC): 'Another one of those flash-memory stories. ...I don't want to own Simple Tech.'
SanDisk (SNDK): 'I don't want to own SanDisk, I don't want to own Simple Tech. But if it had to be one or the other, Cramer said it would be SanDisk.'
Goldcorp (NYSE:GG)
Circuit City (NYSE:CC)
GigaMedia (NASDAQ:GIGM):
'I'm gonna say wait for a pullback.'

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