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Lightning Round: It's getting ready to be revalued

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:

Pacira Pharmaceuticals: "I know this company...they did have some news recently. I've got to parse the news because half the people said it was good, and half said it was bad."

Chevron Corp: "Chevron I think is okay, the dividend, I think you would sell the stock here. It's having a little bit of a bounce. I would sell it into the bounce. There are better, higher quality oil companies that are down much more."

Neophotonics Corp: "Lightweight circuits. This is very hard for me, I am not going to be able to make a snap judgment on this company. I wish I knew it better, I've got more work to do."

YRC Worldwide: "No, not with United Parcel under pressure. I think United Parcel has a much better situation, that's what I would go with."

Blackrock Inc: "I think Blackrock does a terrific job, they've got a lot of good interesting products. I know there were some interesting statements back and forth at Delivering Alpha, but when it comes to a well-run company—Blackrock is a well-run company. That's what I care about."

Mobileye NV: "I'm going to see you on Mobileye and I'm going one better, I want you to think about Ambarella, which has got a lot of the intellectual properties that I like about Mobileye but also has drones."

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Alcoa: "Remember what I said: When this deal closes is when Alcoa is going to go up. The deal must close first. When it's closed, you'll get a revaluation and re-ranking and that's when Alcoa will go higher."

Insys Therapeutics: "We looked at this stock and have a very high feeling for it. We think it is speculative but it's a good one."

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