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:
Advanced Micro Devices: "I think this pullback is an opportunity. They had to fix their balance sheet. That's good. I like their business, they're fine. I just think that once they put all that liquidity out there you have to wait a little bit. Don't expect it to bounce right back to $7 or $8 any time quickly."
GW Pharmaceuticals: "We are big fans of it because they have the actual pill of pure marijuana, none of that other stuff. But the problem is now it is up on a takeover spike, and maybe it gets one. Remember, that is a class one felony to do what they are doing in the United States, but they are over there in London. So, I say you know what, sell half. If you're just starting, I don't want you to give back that big gain."
Vector Group: "I've liked Vector Group, it's got a little disparate group of assets, but it yields north of 6 almost 7 percent. I like that. I like the yield, I think the business is fine."
Aratana Therapeutics: "If we are going to do pets, the only one I want is IDEXX ... that's my pet play. Remember, they came up with the humanization of pets."
International Paper: "International Paper has made a big comeback. Why? Because apparently some of the rates for liner board are going higher. It's got a good yield, good worldwide business. I say stick with it."
AbbVie Inc: "I think this is a great long-term position. I don't expect anything big until after the election, but AbbVie is very well run. I'll give you a two-for. I actually like Abbott Laboratories despite all the different news about it. I think it's a good situation."