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:
Western Digital: "It's down 42 percent [year-to-date] and it's a commodity play and an acquisition. I prefer the more proprietary plays like a Skyworks, like an Intel, which is certainly better."
Kinder Morgan: "Dan Dicker was doing stuff in a video at the Street saying that it's a buy. Carleton English, who was just a reporter basically doing nothing but KMI stories today made me feel like there is worry. If Rich Kinder [CEO] came on we could probably have a better shot, but read her stuff because you'll understand the worry about the dividend, Carleton English."
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Weibo: "Remember, we don't care where a stock is coming from. We care about where it is going to. I am not inclined to own anything from China right now. It's just not my thing."
SunEdison: "We did a hard look at it, we did a piece that said that we liked it. And then we did a piece saying mea culpa, and that mea culpa was done substantially higher and we said you have to avoid it. The press that I have been reading about it, whether it be in all different news outlets ... I don't feel good about it. I don't feel good about SunEdison, I know that there are debt issues."
Mobileye: "I think Mobileye is one of those expensive stocks that is not going to hold up in this environment. Somewhat like Ambarella. It's just too hard right now. We've got to go with tried and true