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Cramer: Ring the register, and be happy about it

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:

Freeport-McMoRan: "This thing can't be killed ... they cannot stop the thing! You know, I think it goes to $13. Now with coal it goes to $11. I'm going to put myself out there. A two-for."

Altria Group: "We have done fabulously with Altria. The problem with Altria is that I don't like to recommend the tobacco companies, but if I had to buy one I would do Altria or its sister company Philip Morris."

Shire: "Time to sell, ring the register and be happy about it. Boy that Baxalta was a real winner. Thank you Baxter for doing so well for everybody."

Senior Housing Properties Trust: "I think it's good. it yields 8 percent, I think it's doing fantastic. It has moved up so much now believe me, this guy who runs it is no Deb Cafaro [CEO of Ventas] but I think it's OK."

Starwood Property Trust: "I'm surprised that it yields 9 [percent]. Again, this is one that I actually like and I think is in good shape. So I'm going to say yes to Starwood."

Northern Tier Energy LP: "I'm not crazy about it ... I'm just not crazy about the fossil fuels, we are going to steer clear. You could say it's more of a utility. It's not the utility that I want."

Universal Display: "I have liked this company and a lot of bears have said you don't know what you're talking about. But I looked at the technology and the management and that stock is a winner, not a loser. I'm tired of people giving me trouble about a company that is actually doing quite well."

Delta Airlines: "These airline stocks, I don't know, they can't get out of their own way. I'm gun shy. I like Southwest and that's starting to hurt everybody. Southwest I will stick by, but everything else I don't know."

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