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:
Johnson Controls: "No! That merger with Tyco is a buy, buy, buy, buy. I love it."
Rite Aid: "I am worried that Walgreen is not going to be able to close that deal with Rite Aid because of the FTC. That's why that spread is so big. I would be very careful."
JD.com: "I don't recommend any Chinese stocks on this show. It's just too risky for me. I don't need to make that kind of money for people. Or try, meaning I don't need to lose that money."
Vodafone Group PLC: "I think Vodafone is OK. I understand, and I'm very concerned about anything from Britain. I understand that the yield is good. I think Vodafone will be fine long term. It's not going to be fine short term."
Ship Finance International: "I have looked at Ship Finance, and I've got to tell you, I'm only recommending Nordic American Tanker. Even that one has got a great yield, but the stock has been a tough stock to own."
Plains All American Pipeline: "No, Plains All American is not one that I like. I know the stock looks like it's trading up. It's got a good chart, but that is one of the weaker ones in the business. Enterprise is better, absolutely."
Whole Foods Market: "The answer is that I think Whole Foods is a buy. Now, obviously we missed the $29-30 when I was recommending it. The company is in it, they're buying it back, I like 365. I'm a believer."
H&R Block: "No, I didn't like that last quarter. They are distinctly in the penalty box. I am much more a fan of Intuit."