Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:

McDonald's (MCD) : "This stock is a buy if it comes down."

Impinj (PI) : "This one is way too crazy for me. In this market, we prefer Zebra Technologies ZBRA."

Roku (ROKU) : "You're still okay, but I would sell half. It was still a good quarter."

Cypress Semiconductor (CY) : "I think Cypress is way too low to give up on now, even though semiconductors are hurting."

Science Applications International (SAIC) : "I don't understand why it's still public - you can stay long it and even buy some right now."

Micron (MU) : "Not yet. Wait for estimates to get cut."

AvalonBay Communities (AVB) : "That's actually doing well. I think it's a good stock here."

Prudential (PRU) : "I Like Prudential here."

Eaton Corp (ETN) : "I would hold onto it for the long term, management has done a good job."

Nvidia (NVDA) : "I think the quarter will be good, but not great. Long-term, it's the best in show."

Exxon Mobil (XOM) : "You can't go wrong with Exxon Mobil, but declining oil will likely make it cheaper."

SAP AG (SAP)  : "It's good, but I prefer Salesforce (CRM) instead."

Vornado Realty Trust (VNO) : "It acts great, and VNO is right." 

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