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Lightning Round: A rare stock with a real uptrend

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:

Icahn Enterprises: "This is a tough one because they've got a lot of stocks that I don't really care for, but I really care for Carl Icahn. It has a 9 percent yield but it's down 30 percent. I think it's okay. It's kind of a mutual fund of stuff that I'm not that crazy about, but I sure am crazy about the man who is the chairman."

Sysco Foods: "I like the fact that Nelson Peltz's people have joined the board. The problem is the stock has just had a very big run after the U.S. Food deal fell apart. It yields 3 percent. I would leg into this one, not aggressive but it is good that Trian is on the board."

Constellation Brands: "It is one of the few stocks with genuine uptrend...It's a stock that I would be a buyer not a seller of."

Synergy Pharmaceuticals: "This is a tough one because it is up a huge amount and I find that a lot of the biotech stocks are rolling over. It's a spec, let's just leave it at that."

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Clarcor: "Even if you told me you were in the greatest stock in the world I wouldn't want you to just be in that one stock. It's a good company, it's an industrial company but that's not what I feel comfortable with. I would rather see you in a diversified group of stocks that have a good dividend, and that is not what you are in right now."

B/E Aerospace: "That's a tough one because B/E did not have a good last quarter. If you were on that conference call you did not get the confidence you need from say, a Boeing."

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