Lightning Round: Throwing the red flag on this!

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

Hain Celestial Group: "The whole cohort has been coming down. This is part of the out of the domestic situation. I think that Hain must be viewed as a longer-term situation. It has given us fantastic results, and I think that Irwin Simon will not let us down."

Linn Energy: "We backed away from Linn when it was a lot higher. We like Energy Transfer Partners, and that is a new one for me, if we want to be in the Master Limited Partnerships because they reported a really great quarter."

TG Therapeutics: "That's Mike Weiss, we had him on the show and I thought he told a really good story. I'm sticking with that one."

Dynavax Technologies Corp: "That is Hep B, and I need to look at that one again because it has been all over the map. The stock doubled and has come back down."

Mastercard: "My charitable trust owns it, and Ajay Banga just completely delivered. He knocked the ball out of the park."

Nokia Corp: "No, I didn't like the quarter from Nokie. I'm sorry that quarter was just not that good. It wasn't as bad as some of the social media but it was not that good."

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Memorial Product Partners LP: "I'm throwing the red flag! That's got the highest dividend of any company I know. When you see that high dividend, you know what that means? It means the dividend is at risk."

Blackstone Group: "You should be intrigued, because it's a buy. They've got a lot of properties that they haven't even monetized yet."

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