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Lightning Round: Financials make no sense on this

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:

Nutrisystem Inc: "The stock has had a very, very big run. I feel that we are a little bit late on this one. I congratulate those guys for looking like they're doing pretty good. I would say that I like Under Armour on a pullback because I like that fitness connection business he's got. Wow!"

LinkedIn Corp: "I've got to tell you, I'm getting tired of LinkedIn reporting a quarter that I can't understand and I could not understand this one. They have got to really simplify their financials. I'm going to have to say to take a pass on LinkedIn, or sell it."

Paypal Holdings: "My charitable trust just bought some Paypal today. Why? Because we think it has now gotten cheaper than Mastercard and Visa. But we took a small position, my hope is that the charitable trust will buy it on the way down. Not going to be too aggressive because we think this market has gotten very hard."

Canadian National Railway: "I think CNI can come back. I actually think it's doing better than a lot of the other rails. I don't mind Canadian, but you know that I am not a fan of the rails and we did put a vast majority of them in the sell-block."

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Amerisource Bergen: "I think that a lot of people expected it even more from Amerisource Bergen. I didn't, I agree with you. I think it's a terrific buy here."

GW Pharmaceuticals: "You've got such a big gain! I feel that bulls make money, bears make money, and hogs get slaughtered. Let's take a little bit off the table. That's a very big gain."

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