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Lightning Round: This group is a house of pain

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:

Royal Dutch Shell: "I just think that they have not acquitted themselves all that well during this downturn. I cannot emphasize enough that I think that they have not done a good job."

ConforMIS: "I still think that the custom made knee implants, we like that company. But I understand, this is a market that likes the bigger cap guys. And I would rather see you in a bigger cap biotech."

Synchrony Financial: "GE has managed to create two, not one, but two good things with Synchrony and General Electric. These are both buys."

Snyder's-Lance Inc: "Snyder-Lance, you know we like that deal very much. We say buy some here and buy some on a pullback. This is a brand new food colossus that we like very much."

AT&T: "I like AT&T, I think it's got a good yield and I like the DirecTV acquisition. And I think the stores are a little more crowded because of that DirecTV acquisition."

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Molina Healthcare: "No we are staying away from that. These are houses of pain, this group right now. And we are just not even going to go near them, frankly. As much as there might be another takeover, I'm saying no."

Canadian Solar: "This is a very cheap stock. This one is not a bad stock to own if you want to own these. I've been shying away from it because it's a Chinese stock based in Canada. I'm not crazy about it, but at least it is very cheap."

United Technologies: "Too low to sell. If we get another dip to $95 we are going to pull the trigger. Maybe I'm being too price sensitive, but I think you have time."

Nimble Storage Inc: "Wow that was a really bad quarter. I mean, I don't know. If you really want to be in there wait until the end of tax loss selling and buy it. But that was a bad quarter. I mean it really was."

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