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It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on callers' favorite stocks at rapid speed:
Philip Morris International: "No, don't sell it. Don't sell. I think it's the better of the two. I think they have a lot more optionality. I would not sell that here. And remember, I think the dollar's getting very weak still."
Blue Apron: "I would [sell]. I don't see a lot of upside, and it reminds me of the failed deals of yore."
International Game Technology: "It's an inexpensive stock. I don't know. I mean, the quarter, it was fine. It just doesn't have any pizzazz. There's no catalyst."
Puma Biotechnology: "Oh, boy. You know, you play with fire when you play with those stocks. We know that. We try to educate that these are very, very hard. You have just had a big run and I think that it's time to 'cha-ching' on half the position."