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Cramer: The decline is overdone for this 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:

Pandora Media: "No, not a fan of Pandora. Remember, I like Apple. I know people have turned on Apple, and once again I say own it, don't trade it and stop bellyaching."

Golar LNG Limited: "Golar is a trade on natural gas, which is spiking up here. So you can make a couple of bucks, but don't overstay your welcome. There is a big surfeit of natural gas."

Web.com: "The stock is all the way down on its luck. It's a very inexpensive stock. I would think it's a buy here. I like Web."

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Sturm, Ruger & Company: "I don't like Sturm as much as I like Smith & Wesson. I think the Smith & Wesson decline has been overdone. That's the one I want to be in. Now remember, these are very tricky stocks. They pre-announce good numbers, they go up and then they get pancaked."

Deere & Company: "Today Mr. Robbins was on with David Faber and he talked about AGCO. That is our favorite. That got the whole group running. There are a lot of short-sellers of Deere, a lot of short-sellers of Mosaic and Agrium and I think we are seeing trough prices on agriculture, which means we're bullish on DuPont and Dow, which I think is ready to run."

Synergy Pharmaceuticals: "You're a little too bullish on that, and I don't think Allergan is in the market at all. Allergan has been beaten up from that Pfizer thing. I would be careful. If you've got to own this thing, it should be on a fundamental basis only."

RPM International: "RPM at a 52-week high. Don't you feel great about those guys? What a quarter, what a year. Look at that. We have been behind that stock for that ramp and it is worth it for Rust-Oleum."

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