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Lightning Round: Perfect domestic stock to own

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:

American Tower Corp: "I like American Tower because Sprint and T-Mobile need more tower space and the stock has been acting better, you know that's good. I saw Crown Castle, it was iffy today. I don't care for it. I like American Tower."

Twenty-First Century Fox Inc: "Yes I think Fox is okay. We owned it for actionalerts.com and then decided to sell it for greener pastures ahead. I'm considering it a don't buy."

Exact Sciences Corp: "I've liked Exact Science, but it did this very big secondary and you know what? I think it's time to ring the register. It was a huge slug of stock, no thank you."

Kandi Technologies Group: "We haven't liked Kandi."

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Kroger Co: "Your stock is right! I think Kroger post-split is good. Kroger is exactly the kind of domestic stock I want people to own. Boy are are they good!"

Murphy OIl Corp: "The oils! I'm crying, too. They are too hard. I like the high yielding ones right here and I'm making that call for actionalerts.com that I'm telling people enough is enough, tomorrow you have to pull the trigger. On these other ones, you have to let them come in and let the liquidations continue."

TherapeuticsMD Inc: "I liked it then, and I like it now. We are in good shape there."

General Electric: "Here is the problem with GE—it had an amazing quarter and the stock is doing nothing. I don't know what to say. Honestly they are doing everything and it does nothing. It is really flat lined."

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