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:
Activision Blizzard: "OK, Activision Blizzard's been stuck in a funk because EA is going to miss this number because of Star Wars being late. Take Two moves too much. This is an ActionAlertsPlus.com club name and I think you should buy it because it's going to be the king of eSports."
Enterprise Products Partners L.P.: "If you want to be in one of the better master-limited partnerships, which almost nobody wants to be, it would be Enterprise Products Partners. It's a very good company."
International Game Technology: "I don't see a lot of upside there, personally. I think you should take off. I think we've been through that scene, we made the money already, and let's skedaddle."
Omega Healthcare Investors: "If you're going to be in that, you want to be in Ventas, and I've got to tell you, only Ventas because [CEO] Deb Cafaro is money."
Xilinx: "There's more to be had. I think Xilinx is making a real comeback here and if it came back down I think someone will buy it. I like how it is doing."
Global Payments: "I like Global Payments. I like PayPal more. I like MasterCard and Visa. I think this is a very smart area to be in."
Tower Semiconductor Ltd.: "Tower Semiconductor is good. You know what, I'm going to just bless it. It's not my favorite, there are others that I like more, but it's fine."
Priceline Group Inc.: "I think you're fine with Priceline. Priceline is a play on the way people travel in this world and Priceline's good. I did like Expedia more, but the CEO left, so we have to make some changes."
USG Corporation: "People don't understand, but I know this from Suburban Enterprises' Michael Haley – he was my best man – that the thing that goes the worst is the dry board. OK? It's got to be ripped out because of mold. I think people are short-changing USG. It's going to go up more than it already has because it's the registered trademark of, yes, U.S. gypsum."
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Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Activision Blizzard.
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