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Cramer's lightning round: Hold on to Intel

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.

CVS Health: "I, myself, am very flummoxed by CVS. ... It's been a very big disappointment. They report first week of August, and they better deliver the numbers or I think we may have to cut and move on."

Lockheed Martin: "I think that stock is a buy. ... I think this one takes out its high." 

IBM: "It's got a 5% yield. I like the changes that are being made. ... I want you to hold on to this stock."

Cigna: "I think Cigna is a very good company. I know the chart is awful. It's hard to pick a bottom, but I do like the stock right here. I think that group is going to do OK."

Slack Technologies: "I like Slack a lot. It's a great product, and I think it can be a great stock. The question is: is Microsoft really enveloping them, or not? The courts may actually have to decide that."

CommScope: "I've got to stay away from that one."

Chewy: "I think Chewy is a stock you put away. It looks like it's rolling over here, I know, but man's best friend and woman's best friend is going to continue to be so. I like Chewy."

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Cramer's lightning round: Hold on to Intel

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of CVS Health.

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