Lightning Round: Do not own this

It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gives his take on a few favorite audience stocks:

Cliffs Natural Resources: "My Charitable trust owns Vale, and it's been one of the worst disasters we have ever had. You always have to own the good ones and the bad ones, and this one has been a terrible one. I do not want you in Cliff."

IMS Health Holdings: "It's okay. I prefer Quintiles if you want to get into that kind of service business and I even prefer McKesson. I think both are better."

Gilead Sciences: "I think this stock will come back. People are very worried about AbbVie pricing ... until we know pricing that stock is going to be under pressure and we don't know when we are going to get pricing for the Hep C drug."

The Hanover Insurance: "I think it's fine, nothing great and nothing bad. I'm not going to tell you that it's time to long it, because it's been such a good performer. It's fine, let's leave it at that."

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Cenovus Energy: "No need for my thoughts on this, because we have Kinder Morgan. The vote has occurred and it's starting to move, KMI is the way to go."

Twitter: "This is a time to think about family, and I think that CEO Dick Costolo needs to spend a little more time with his family and a little less time with Twitter. That's how the stock will go up."

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