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Cramer: The stock to buy on Apple's weakness

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:

Palo Alto Networks: "You have to think about 2017-18. Apple — which I reiterate that you should own and not sell because I'm taking a longer term view than everyone else — is going to bring down Palo Alto to a level that you might want to buy some. I like that."

General Cable Corp: "It's got a good yield and it's in a good straight forward business and it fits the pattern of what I like here. So I think you're OK."

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TG Therapeutics: "Speculative stocks aren't working. We are just putting them away if we want a little spec. We don't like to spec in a declining market like this."

Fitbit: "Fitbit is a stock that is trying to work its way back. People are going to say wait a second, Apple is going to cut the price of the watch. These are very different businesses I like Fitbit for the long term. I always like to add that I have been wrong. I think it is important when you mention you're right, you've got to mention when you're wrong."

Boston Beer: "I didn't think it was that good of a quarter, the stock is up a lot. You know I favor Constellation with Modelo and Corona."

Quintiles Transnational Holding: "You know I like Quintiles. You need them to be able to get your drugs through the FDA."

BJ's Restaurants: "It's OK. The restaurant group has been in turmoil here. We are going to have Chipotle on tomorrow, let's see what they say ... I happen to think that if you can get it closer to $40 that might be a better situation."

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