Cramer's lightning round: Abiomed was on 'fire' then it 'collapsed'

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.

General Electric: This stock is going to return soon.

Abiomed: "I don't know. It was on fire and then it just kind of collapsed, and that's why I'm sending people to Edwards Life Sciences."

Gray Television: "I think that's one. You get that opportunity, and then it'll come ago, and then you talk about a trade."

CenturyLink: "I think what stops it is ultimately that growth is going to peak out again, and you have to start ... all over because it still is a no-growth stock. I actually don't want you in it. I think you should sell the stock."

Vivint: "It had a big pop. It's a big speculative stock. I'd rather buy Tesla on the way down because they have battery power. They've got a good thing going."

Cramer's lightning round: Abiomed was on 'fire' then it 'collapsed'

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of General Electric.

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