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Goldman notes that high-dividend payers are trading at their largest valuation discount in nearly 40 years.Marketsread more
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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:
Pep Boys: "I think Pep Boys is played out. I know that you can still get a little bit more but that's not our style."
KeyCorp: "I think Key is really terrific. I still think that Key is great. If you think the Fed is going to raise rates like I do, that's a good one to be in."
Hain Celestial Group: "Hain missed the quarter. That's what is important. Irwin Simon's [CEO] Hain missed the quarter. He came on and said he missed the quarter and he's got to do a better job. Until he reports the next quarter you are stuck with a stock that is going to go lower because people have decided that natural and organic branding no longer matters as much given how much success Kroger has had with its private label branding. And that is part of the problem."
Hertz Global Holdings: "No. That industry is absolutely troubled and that company is troubled. I'm not going there."
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Valero Energy Corp: "Oil is down a lot so the refiners continue to make money and that is just going to continue and continue. I'm not a fan of them because I don't think they have enough value-add, but people do love them."
Equifax Inc: "That is just a quintessential financial service company that this market loves and I have to agree that the market is right."