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Cramer's triple play stocks with monster good quarters

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!"

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