Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round, 10/25/07: Af-Ford-able

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Thursday October 25. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Covance (NYSE:CVD): 'The biotechs are well-funded, the drug companies can't afford to do this anymore. That's why I like Covance. That's why it's at a 52-week high.'
Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS): 'When things get tough, that's when Goldman excels, and that's why I say BuyBuyBuy!'
Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE:TMO)
Shaw Group (SGR): ' If we are gonna do nuclear power, we are gonna go back to Shaw Group.'
Foster Wheeler (FWLT)
Ford (NYSE:F): 'Ford is just too darn cheap. At $8, I want people to buy Ford.'
General Motors (NYSE:GM)
Parker-Hannifin (NYSE:PH): 'Only Parker-Hannifin is hanging in there.'

Bearish Calls:

Vasco Data Security (VDSI): 'This stock had been on a major roll. ... This was a bad quarter. ... Internet security has not been good. I'm gonna tell you don't buy it. It's not done going down.'
Umpqua Holdings (NASDAQ:UMPQ): 'If the Federal Reserve cuts, you got a winner. If they don't cut, it doesn't work. ... I can't get you into Umpqua.'
Odyssey Marine Exploration (NASDAQ:OMEX): 'No ... I'm negative on that. ... I don't want you in that. That's way too speculative.'
Fuel Cell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL): 'No, no, no, no. This is like clean energy. I don't want to be in that right now. You missed it, you missed it. But you'll catch another one.'
Park National (NYSEMKT:PRK): ' I do not like generic-drug companies. ... I don't like that stock. I would sell it.'
Terex (NYSE:TEX): 'The quarter was a little bit light. ... Because the Fed's not cutting fast enough, all these machinery companies are starting to suck wind.'
Palm (PALM): ' I do not like Palm. I think it can go lower.'

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