Cramer's lighting round: How to play Tyson Foods on its earnings report

Key Points
  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

Builders FirstSource: "It's in the best sector. That's a sector that's homebuilding. It's connected to them. Lower interest rates help. I like the stock."

Bill.com: "I don't think there's anything wrong with it, it's barely down."

Berkshire Hathaway: "I think he's a patient man. I think patience should be rewarded. I am a buyer, unmitigated buyer, of the stock of Berkshire Hathaway."

Walgreens Boots Alliance: "No, we can't go there. Look, you know it is tough enough to own this darn CVS ... I don't want to go down the food chain to the Walgreen."

Oracle Corp.: "Oracle's fine. It's not great, it's not bad. That's the way to look at it and I just, I don't have a reason to buy and I don't have a reason to sell."

Iridium Communications: "I like Iridium very much. I've liked it since it was about $8. Everyone gave up on it, not me. I like the story."

Tyson Foods: "Tyson Foods reports tomorrow. Here's what happens when Tyson reports: They always report the headline numbers, bad. The stock gets crushed, stock goes down, it's been off lately, [my] charitable trust owns it, we pull the trigger at $80 and that's how we're going to make some money in Tyson Foods."

Cramer's lighting round: How to play Tyson Foods when it reports earnings

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Tyson Foods and CVS.

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