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Lightning Round: Finally—a sane financial stock

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:

Wal-Mart: "I think it's fine. I prefer Costco, my charitable trust owns that. I think it has more upside."

RPM International: "I love JNJ, RPM is good, too. But this day trading stuff, I say no day trade. RPM should be owned for the long term."

Toyota Motor Corp: "I like Toyota OK. I'm not a big fan of the auto companies because of the currency problems and because of Latin America. A lot of things can go wrong."

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Chesapeake Energy: "Chesapeake? No, no, no. I don't like that balance sheet. I don't like Valeant's either, but at least Valeant has got something cooking. I think you've got to stay away."

Johnson Controls: "I like the merger. I think the merger is going to be very good for them. I would be a buyer of Johnson Controls."

Broadridge Financial Solutions: "A good company ... It's a very sane part of the financial sector, and I agree with you, I think it's good."

Acadia Pharmaceuticals: "We favored it for speculation only because Parkinson's is so horrible of a disease. But otherwise, it's just speculation."

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