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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:
MGM Resorts International: "That is Jim Murren, he is a fabulous CEO. We have been behind him ever since he started there. We also like the real estate investment trusts."
Teladoc: "No, stay curious about it, but don't pull the trigger. Why? Because there is too much competition."
IDEXX Laboratories: "The humanization of pets remains one of the great stories of all time, and IDEXX remains the best of it."
Energy Transfer Equity: "We like Midstream Magellen, but we also like Enterprise Product Partners, EPD."
HollyFrontier Corp: "I am not as big of a fan of the refiners as so many others are. I am saying stay away. I just think it is too much of a commodity right now."
Alcoa: "I want you to buy more Alcoa. It was on ActionAlerts.com name and we own it for the trust. Why? Because the split-up is going to be good. We are trying to get much bigger in the stock. I think that the aerospace side is not nearly as bad. They have some teething problems at the Firth Rixon division. I am not concerned."
Bill Berrett Corp: "No, it's a laggard. Come on man, we are much more interested in an Occidental, OXY, which gives you the yield. That's a charitable trust name if you want to follow along."
Energy Transfer Partners: "ETP is OK. It's got the additional yield. My problem is that I want more responsible management, which is why I send you to Enterprise Product, EPD."
Stratasys: "My problem with Stratasys is that I like the industrial 3D and the guy that's got the best industrial 3D is HPQ and HP Inc, which I remain steadfast at the $13 level."
Walt Disney: "I'm banking with Eiger [CEO]. He's smarter than I am, he knows what to do with his company. I'm saying buy. Maybe the next two points are down, but the next 20, let's think bigger than that."