Cramer: Profit taking in this stock wouldn't hurt

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:

Five Below: "Five Below is like Dollar General, Dollar Tree, TJX and Ross Stores, except for I think it has moved too far. I want to say ring the register. A little profit taking for Five Below wouldn't hurt anybody."

Posco: "Engineering, construction and steel. I say stay away. If you want to own a company in this segment, you might want to own Nucor. That's the one I feel most confident about."

Twilio: "They are going to report Aug. 8, let's see what happens. This is a play on a lot of the growth that we see on Airbnb, Facebook or WhatsApp. So, let's just hold off now that we are this close to the quarter."

Western Digital: "I don't know. It's such a commodity play ... Look at Seagate, it just went all the way up and then all the way down. If you want to be in a commodity play, I prefer you to actually be in Intel, where I think you've got the yield, good balance sheet and management that is concentrated on making you money."

Cypress Semiconductor: "I think Cypress is cheap fundamentally and there is a lot of consolidation happening in this space. So, Cypress is a keeper."

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