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Lightning Round: You do not want to be in 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:

Navigator Holdings: "No, no no...the world is being flooded with ships that can compete with them. You do not want to be in that stock."

Stryker Corporation: "I like it. I like that biomechanic business. I think it's good. I think that's a winner."

Veeva System: "No. It was a battle for too long. Just go buy Salesforce, they report next week."

PNC Financial Services Group: "I think PNC is fine. I don't know why it hasn't split already, but they tend not to want to do it. But that's not why we own a stock. PNC is good, but their interest rates have to go higher. Right now they are not in your favor."

Seadrill Ltd: "Sell, sell, sell. That's how I feel about Seadrill, Transocean and energy/Ensco."

RR Donnelley & Sons Co: "Let's just buy it. I mean it came all the way back after that amazing restructuring. Tom Quinlan [CEO] is doing the right thing. Buy that stock! He's giving you three different companies that are worth a lot."

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Karyopharm Therapeutics: "They had some problems with a trial, there. We are going to come back on that one. There is a lot more to be said about that, and I've got a lot to say about it."

Axovant Science Ltd: "Remember we felt it was a little too hot too soon, and it has been cut by two-thirds. Frankly we are still not that intrigued by it."

Enbridge Inc: "Well it only still yields 3.4 percent. If I want that, I am going to go to KMI. Now let's be very understanding about this. This group is still in free-fall mode. So I am not pushing any of these stocks."

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