It's that time again! CNBC's Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on callers' favorite stocks at rapid speed:
Bank of America: "It's [lagging] because Bank of America needs rate hikes more than any of these other banks to be able to have a big number in the future. And everyone's so worried that the Fed's not going to raise anything this year. That's why it sold off. I urge you to hang onto it."
J2 Global: "It's OK. I mean, you know, it's cloud-based. Everyone gets excited. This is the type of thing where you should be in Salesforce.com just because it's cloud. I know, it doesn't mean they're necessarily analogous, but that's the better stock."
Universal Display Corp.: "I know there's a really huge short position in this. I think the company's set up for a good 2018 and '19, so I'm not deterred."
iRobot Corporation: "I think you should go. I think you should buy it. I'm not kidding. I've been seeing that product now, I was over at a house that had it. I really like it. The military applications are good. I think you're in a good one."
GoPro: "Well, you know what, it had a better-than-expected quarter and gave me a good outlook, but then you're done. I'd rather see you in Best Buy, which gives you that and a lot of other good things."