Cramer's lightning round: Buy WWE as a subscription play

  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on callers' favorite stocks at rapid speed.

WWE: "It's got a great subscription business. It's entertainment that [Take-Two Interactive Software CEO] Strauss Zelnick introduced us to that actually is a two-thumbs-up situation."

Nokia: "Can it go up? Yes, absolutely. Is it a bad stock? No. Is it the highest quality? No. And I do think you need high quality here."

Johnson Controls International: "JCI is not a great stock. I don't want you to own it. There's so many other industrials that are doing well, and their stocks are struggling. Let's stay away from that one."

GEO Group: "I don't like the private prison thing. It doesn't work for me. I think you've got to go with other stocks. Don't like the theme."

Stamps.com: "I spent, literally, a weekend trying to analyze that stock, and the conclusion is you can't analyze it."

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