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Cramer: How to bank on Visa fresh off the CEO news

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:

Procter & Gamble: "I like Procter. I'd like you to buy it a little bit cheaper, because I think it can come down to $84 or $85. But I think it's a good choice."

Synchrony Financial: "That thing has come down too much. That's kind of attractive to me ... You know what's more attractive? If Visa sells off a couple of bucks. My charitable trust owns it. I think that Charlie Scharf [outgoing CEO] has got some personal things he has to attend to at home in New York, and that stock is coming down and that may be a better opportunity."

Petrobras: "It has made a big comeback because the real has gotten very strong. Petrobras, I don't know. This is a play on the real, and the real is good but I think I don't want to overstay my welcome. I would be tempted to cash in on half."

Bristol-Myers Squibb: "Candidly, I was disappointed with the study that just came out. I thought that Opdivo had more opportunities to do it ... I do not expect anything good near-term for Bristol-Myers. That was just a disappointing study."

CIT Group: "Why don't you focus on Citi? My charitable trust owns Citi, that was the best quarter so far. I would be in Citi. JPMorgan was a great quarter, don't get me wrong. But they have done nothing but great quarters."

Radius Health: "Bob Ward [CEO], he has done a fantastic job, and I like Radius. Everyone keeps saying it's going to get a bid. I think it's going to have good test results, and therefore it is OK to own. But this whole bid thing is just getting out of control. I see this stock trading up a couple of bucks every morning, and I say come on."

Chesapeake Energy: "Chesapeake's got good natural gas exposure, but my problem is that I don't like the balance sheet. And because of that, there are so many others that are better. I think that you should just stock with Schlumberger. I think Schlumberger is the way to play the oil business."

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