It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed:
International Paper: "Inexpensive stock, good yield, big industrial, nice global business. I like IP, I think you buy some here and maybe buy some lower."
Berry Plastics Group: "I liked it. I can't believe how far the stock has moved. In the end, it's still just a company that makes containers. I prefer Newell, which I know has been absolutely crushed. We have been buying it for my charitable trust right here at $45."
Home Depot: "This is a company that you buy and you hold and you do homework. Buy some here, if the Trump rally fizzles you buy some lower. But they had a great quarter and they are a great company."
Intellia Therapeutics: "Too risky. You can do it totally as a spec, that's it. Way too risky."
ZTO Express: "Come on man, we don't want to mess with the broken IPOs. That one is a broken IPO. We don't need it. We got too many things that are going wrong that are good stocks. Like a Salesforce."
Amdocs Limited: "This is a company that saves other companies money with documents and the way that they handle documents. And I have always felt it is a very, very good company. The stock has had a big run, but I like it."
TherapeuticsMD: "No, that's a speculative."