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Lightning Round: A very aggressive 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:

Ambarella Inc: "When it comes to semiconductors I am an Intel, Texas Instruments guy right now. I am willing to cut off my upside. Now people don't really want to hear that. They want a little bit more juice — I am not the guy with the running gun offense."

Mobileye: "Mobileye is a very aggressive thing to own. In other words, it is a company that is doing well and the auto business is doing well, but I have to tell you it's so expensive that count me out in terms of trying to get an endorsement."

Anadarko Petroleum Corp: "Anadarko did not have a good quarter ... I certainly don't want anyone to stay out of Andarko, but I was not crazy about the Anadarko quarter."

Cheniere Energy Inc: "Right now it's still too soon. I also want to get some more clarity about when that first LNG ship is going to be ready."

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Blackhawk Network Holdings Inc: "We think that company is doing great! The stock keeps going higher and it deserves to go higher."

McDermott International: "No, no, no. We don't even like that whole sector of engineering construction. It's just no-go for me."

Coca-Cola Co: "Coca-Cola is good, but it's up against PepsiCo which is doing a fantastic job and its stock is really moving up. I think at this point I would prefer you to be in PepsiCo."

Och-Ziff Capital Management Group: "The stock has come down, it's got a decent yield. I know Danny Och when I was at Goldman, but that's not the kind of stock I like to buy. I'd like in the pure financials, I like a Bank of America right here. I know they're not necessarily the same, but I do like Bank of America for the charitable trust."

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