Lightning Round: I was too bullish 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:

Medtronic PLC: "Medtronic is terrific. I love the inversion, I love their acquisitions. I think MDT should be bought, that's the right call."

DCP Midstream: "I'm worried about that yield. That yield tells me that something may not be that great about that here. I do own a high yielder for my charitable trust, and that is Energy Transfer Partners. I have a very good feel for that one. That's the one I think you should be in."

ConocoPhillips: "I think it is finally time to start a position in ConocoPhillips, because it yields 4.5 percent. That's worked for us before, and it will work for again I believe. Buy half now, buy half if it goes to 5.5 percent."

Navigator Holdings: "Obviously I was too bullish on it, and the stock is getting hammered. But you know what, I think their business is in the right place, but oil and gas collapsed. What can you say? I still think it's good. I'm sticking my neck out there."

GoPro: "I think it's okay. I think that there's a lot of controversy about how big the next generation is, that's why I have been saying use Ambarella. Ambarella coming in off of very negative research note about GoPro, but there's much more to Ambarella...I do like Ambarella."

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Tata Motors: "Tata for now..It's not for me, I don't want to be there."

Moody's Corp: "Moody's is in the sweet spot, unbelievably because I know a lot of us are mad at them from the last generation. By the way, I like MSCI too."

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