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:
Viacom: "It's kind of just neither here nor there. I'm not crazy about it. I am crazy about CBS, that's the channel 2 kind — not CVS — that guy is doing a good job over there, Les Moonves [CEO]."
Bristol-Myers Squibb: "Bristol-Myers is good. I think the stock's gotten a little too far north, frankly, after that Opdivo didn't work so well, so be careful. We do need to see some sort of charge or restructure I think for how much money they spent on that drug."
Nokia: "Don't buy. Not a Trump stock. Sell."
United Rentals: "The stock was a great buy in the $60s, but at $107 it's too rich for me."
Bob Evans: "I still think that if the company had split up it would have been worth a lot. But it's still worth a lot on its own. I think it's a good company. I actually love to eat there, too. We could use one nearby."
ABM Industries: "Trump stock. Servicing buildings, that business is going to get good. It has pulled back a lot. I'm salivating over it."
Momo Inc: "No, we are not recommending any China stocks particularly because they are definitively not a Trump stock."
Finisar Corporation: "A monster good quarter, as did Ciena, as did Juniper. It's a triple play of fiber optic companies!"
Hawaiian Holdings: "Pretty good, I'll see you at Alaska Air, which was even better. True!"