Cramer’s lightning round: Palantir is ‘now finding its place’

(CNBC/Tyler CLIFFORD) – 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.
Slack: “They were downgraded because it really is true that Microsoft is just slitting their throat. … Slack’s fighting back, but, boy, what a tough competitor.”

Palantir: “This stock is now finding it’s place. I felt it came too cheaply. … It’s starting to move up. I think this stock can see $12.13. It’s a good company, and it’s got a good book of business.”

ADT: “Second-rate company. Never invest in a second-rate company.”

United Microelectronics: “Good Taiwanese company. … It’s going higher. I think it’s in a very good space. You want to be there. In the same way, I’m going to throw in Taiwan Semiconductor and give you a twofer.”

West Pharmaceutical Services: “That’s not [a stock] for me.”

Kimberly-Clark: “I didn’t like the quarter. I mean, it was a big miss. … they should’ve shot the lights out. I mean, Procter did … I’d rather own Procter.”

Gilead: “They need real growth. That’s what they don’t give us.”