Cramer's Lightning Round - Walgreen Was a Bad Movie (6/29/10)

Includes: DIS, HAS, NVDA, WBA
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the lightning round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday June 29.

Bullish Calls:

Disney (NYSE:DIS), Hasbro (NASDAQ:HAS): "Alright, Hasbro, there was a story last week...that they are going to get a buyout… they are approaching a buyout… our own David Favor, said that that is not true… now here is the deal…I don’t care.. I like Hasbro… it was one of the stocks that I recommended in my portfolio for what you… for kids under 6... I reiterate that Hasbro is a really well run company that is a terrific stock to own for children… may I add, by the way, that I think Disney is going to have a blow out quarter… and I am reiterating what I did last week… you should be a buy, buy, buyer of Disney."

Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA): "No, we never jump off bridges… this is just money… I want to say that point blank, we never lose sight of that… Nvidia is just way too cheap… way too much cash, 39% of the business in China… it is ridiculously low…I do not think that you should be fretting…I think you should be buy, buy, buying… I know that is a contrary call... I do not care… sometimes you make the most money being contrary."

Bearish Calls:

Walgreen (WAG): "I am going to be very honest, because I like the management very much… but that is one of the worst quarters that we have seen… that was just a bad quarter… now they can contest that but that is my analysis… it is like I saw a movie, and the movie was bad… Walgreens was a bad movie… I wish that that was not the case…I really like those guys."


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