Cramer's lightning round: Carnival's 'numbers are too high'

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.

Facebook: "Buy it if it goes down below $200. We sold some higher for Action Alerts for the club. ... I want to try to buy it back lower."

VMware: "I think the stock is a buy."

Amkor Technology: "I happen to like this business. This stock is up huge after they reported those earnings, I mean it's gigantic. It was a classic beat and raise. It's in the semiconductor manufacturing industry and you've got a good one. I don't think it's done, but don't chase. Don't chase because the stock went up more than 10% today."

Annaly Capital Management: "Annaly Capital, no. ... But I just feel like in the end I like growth, and it doesn't have it. I invest in stocks for growth."

Agilent Technologies: "I know it ramped up and them came back down. I would be a buyer right here of letter 'A.'"

Carnival Corp.: "I don't want to own Carnival. I think the numbers are too high. Let the estimates be cut. These cruise ships are just — they're cruises to nowhere now. I am very concerned. I don't want anybody involved with that stock right now."

Cramer's lightning round: Carnival's 'numbers are too high'

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Facebook.

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