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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:
Clorox: "I would like to hold it here. Clorox is down 18 straight points from its high. I was doing a lot of chart work this weekend. I don't know man, if that stock breaks $120 and gets to be almost a 3 percent yield, then I say pull the trigger without hesitation. Right now it's just a hold because that group is really under pressure."
NRG Energy: "It's unbelievable, this thing is like $12, $11. I've got to tell you I think it's worth more, but that balance sheet is not that good. I don't want to sell it down here, but I've got to tell you if it does go back up to $16 or $17, sell, sell, sell."
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries: "No. They are front and center in the war ... I wouldn't touch that stock until after the election."
AK Steel: "This thing is unbelievable, this thing got cut in half ... there is a series of price cuts now in steel. But at $4 I am not a seller of AK. Nucor did cut its earnings estimates last week, though, and that was very jarring to me."
Kellogg: "This thing has got $3 down and $5 up ... The stock acts much better than every one of them in that consumer packaged goods group. Take a look at what happened to Campbell and Kraft-Heinz today just got crushed. I'm not going to get rid of it down here, and I do think that there is a better risk-reward."
Tractor Supply Company: "I think it's way overdone. I have to tell you, I know that the weather was really bad but this is a well-run company. I am not going to sell that stock in the $60s. That makes no sense at all."