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Cramer's lightning round: Buy Uber on a decline

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  • 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.

Toyota Motor: "I happen to think the Japanese market is gigantic. ... Toyota is a great stock to own."

Uber: "Let the stock cool off a little. It went up in a straight line. It's doing a little bit of a rollover, it's $51. How about $46. Let's use $46 as a benchmark of where you can get it."

Home Depot: "I think the world of Home Depot, I think they are fabulous, but I've got to tell you: my money right now is on Lowe's ... because people right now don't understand that [CEO] Marvin Ellison is making up amount of ground on Home Depot. So right now I'm a little bit more involved with the idea that Lowe's is going to triumph in terms of getting its act together, as opposed to Home Depot being a grade A student that just keeps getting A's."

Sirius XM Holdings: "I like Sirius very much. I mean, now that we know that Howard [Stern] is not going anywhere. It's a used car play."

Dycom Industries: "You've got a winner. They had one bad quarter. People overlooked it ... I'm willing to buy it here, even though it had that dip. I think it's OK."

Greenwich Lifesciences: Sell.

Triterras: "Why not just buy bitcoin?"

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Cramer's lightning round: Buy Uber on a decline

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