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:
Apollo Global Management: "That is run by Leon Black, one of the smartest guys in the business. I'm all in."
Chegg: "Well, you know, we like that stock. When it was at $3 we called that thing. That was a called shot. And you know what? I don't think it's even done going up. And I've got to tell you, [CEO] Dan Rosensweig? Hallelujah."
Supernus Pharmaceuticals: "Central nervous system. If you can figure it out, it's worth a fortune, but if you can't, it's binary. Remember Alder? Alder Bio? That's one of these situations. But the company does make money, so I will bless it. But only for speculation."
United Parcel Service: "UPS is getting its act together and they are levered to e-commerce. No, you don't want to sell. We're not going with that. We like UPS."
McKesson Corporation: "I have to tell you, long term buy. The words 'long term' were crucial because short term, I don't like the expectations there."
Signet Jewelers: "Way too hard. The CEO, who was on the show, Mr. Light, just retired. We've got a new CEO. I welcome the new CEO to come on air and see if the practices that Signet's been doing will be reformed."