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."