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December 14, 2019
Despite a phase one trade deal with China, the Dow remained steady today, rising only 3 points, and Jim Cramer’s giving you his Game Plan to navigate next week on Wall Street. Then, Anaplan CEO Frank Calderoni sits down to talk about the stock’s recent roar, up 90% for the year, and where the company is headed from here. Then, Dr. Vlad Coric, CEO of Biohaven Pharmaceuticals is in the Mad Money studio to talk about what’s in the company’s pipeline and what it means for the company’s future. And, what should you make of the managed care company’s heading into 2020? Cramer’s talking with Centene’s CEO, Michael Neidorff, to discuss the stock’s recent decline how you should interpret the company’s new guidance and its acquisition of WellCare. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 13, 2019
The Dow closed up 221 points on reports that a phase one US/China trade deal has been reached and Cramer’s revealing some stocks that you should continue to watch in the midst of trade deal headlines. Then, fresh off earnings Cramer’s talking with Adobe’s CEO to see if this cloud king can continue to reign on. And, Robinhood’s Co-CEOs joined Cramer last week, but the news keeps coming with this disruptor. Co-CEO Vlad Tenev is back to discuss the company’s latest feature, fractional share trading. Plus, after New Relic’s latest report could the company’s recent action be the start of a rebound or should you continue to be cautious? Cramer’s checking in with the company’s founder and CEO to make sense of the stock’s performance.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 12, 2019
Wall Street has been Jim Cramer’s teacher and tonight he’s opening up his history book and sharing lessons he has learned from the street and how any home gamer can learn to invest like a pro. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 12, 2019
The Dow closed up 30 points and Jim Cramer’s pinning two battleground stocks against each other, Tesla and Netflix, to see what separates these talked about companies. Then, VMWare’s stock has struggled lately, so has the it finally reached a bottom? Cramer’s checking in with the COO of one of his Cloud Kings. And, Palo Alto Networks seemed to disappoint Wall Street, so what should you make of the company’s recent performance? Cramer’s checking in with the company’s CEO. Plus, Trade Desk has rallied over 100% this year, but is now the time to trade into the stock? Cramer’s joined by the Founder and CEO to make sense of the stock’s run.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 11, 2019
The Dow closed down for a second day posting a 28-point decline and Jim Cramer’s sharing what buying opportunities he’s seeing in this market. Then, could the tariffs remain a threat for YETI’s future? Cramer’s taking a look at this fresh-faced stock and if he believes YETI can keep on roaring. And, Cramer’s going Off the Charts to dig into a few sectors that could have more upside in 2020. Plus, everyone is always asking Cramer, “how do you play the trade talks?” Cramer’s giving his strategy for navigating the influx of headlines.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 10, 2019
The Dow closed down 105 points and Cramer’s digging into what impacted today’s tape. Then, Nutanix is shifting its business model and with that is coming volatility in the stock. Cramer’s checking in with Nutanix’s founder and CEO to make sense of the company’s plans for the future. And, there are clear bull and bear cases when it comes to AT&T, and Cramer’s looking at both sides to see which he thinks holds more weight. Plus, Cramer’s been polling you on Twitter to see how you shop, so what should you make of the conflicting stories in the department store cohort? Cramer’s giving his take on what these retailers can’t seem to get right.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 7, 2019
The Dow finished the week soaring 337 points higher and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s market moves and giving you his Game Plan for next week’s action. Then, Mad Money saddles up for Jim Conroy, CEO of BootBarn, to visit the studio to discuss the company’s impressive third quarter results and what’s in store for the footwear retailer going forward. Then, could it be time to check into Grocery Outlet? CEO Eric Lindberg sits down with Cramer to weigh in on the discount food retailer’s recent IPO and whether or not you should add it to your portfolio. And, CEO of diagnostics company Natera, Steve Chapman, is here to breakdown the company’s fundamentals, impressive third quarter results and where the company’s headed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 6, 2019
The Dow jumped 28 points today and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s up and down action. Then, Edwards Lifesciences’ CEO, Mike Mussallem makes his way to the Mad Money studio straight from the company’s investor conference and he’s digging into the company’s pipeline and what’s on the horizon. And, Cramer’s sitting down with ServiceNow’s new CEO, Bill McDermott, to discuss his future plans for the cloud computing company. Plus, Cramer’s talking with Chipotle’s CEO and CFO, Brian Niccol and Jack Hartung, from a store in NYC to discuss the stock’s monster run and learn the secret ingredients behind the company’s success.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 5, 2019
Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box,” anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer. Listen in to today’s episode and subscribe to the podcast. Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass says China gets too much in loans from the global community. Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) has introduced a bill, the Accountability for World Bank Loans to China Act, to make China graduate from the program that lends money to developing countries. Gonzalez tells Becky Quick, Joe Kernen and guest host Tom Farley that China’s economy is too big to qualify. CVS Health CEO Larry Merlo lays out how the company has changed one year after its Aetna acquisition and how it will play a role in healthcare in 2020. Amesite Founder & CEO Ann Marie Sastry says education in artificial intelligence can help today’s workers survive tomorrow.. The Squawk gang and reporter Phil Lebeau discuss United Airlines’ announcement that its CEO Oscar Munoz will step down in May and President Scott Kirby will take over running the airline. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 5, 2019
The Dow snapped a three-day losing streak gaining 147 points and Cramer’s digging into today’s headlines. Then, Robinhood has changed the face of investing, and Cramer’s sitting down with the company’s co-founders & co-CEOs to learn more about how Robinhood is disrupting the industry. Then, just ahead of the holiday’s Cramer’s talking to Mattel’s CEO to learn more about holiday shopping and the release of the infamous “Baby Yoda”. Plus, Cramer’s sitting down with an under the radar biotechnology company, AVITA Medical, to learn more about their revolutionary procedures and the stock’s recent run.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 4, 2019
Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box,” anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer. Listen in to today’s episode and subscribe to the podcast. Billionaire investor, Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone joined Squawk Box to discuss President Trump’s U.S.-China trade war strategy, the education system and the Fed. Ryan Lance, Chairman and CEO of energy giant ConocoPhillips has a ten year plan to sustain the company—and its shareholders—through market volatility and geopolitical uncertainty. Plus, Google CEO Sundar Pichai got a promotion; he’s now CEO of parent company Alphabet as the two original founders step aside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 4, 2019
The Dow fell 280 points and Cramer’s breaking down how today’s headlines contributed to the market sell-off. Then, does PPG have more room to run in this market? Jim Cramer is painting a clearer picture with CEO, Michael McGarry, to get a better sense of where the company is going next. And, Coupa Software beat earnings expectations, but the cloud-based company’s report didn’t seem to make it to investors nice list. Cramer’s getting to the bottom of the stock’s recent performance. Plus, fresh off earnings, Cramer’s sitting down with Salesforce’s Co-CEO, Keith Block, to dig into the company’s latest report and make sense of the post-earnings reaction. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December 3, 2019
The Dow fell 268 points today and Jim Cramer is digging into the cause of Wall Street’s volatile day. Then, it’s CyberArk Monday in the Mad Money studio, and Udi Mokady, the co-founder, chairman and CEO sits down with Cramer to talk about the future of cyber security and whether this software stock can keep climbing. And, eHealth’s CEO Scott Flanders is here to discuss what his company is all about and its recent red-hot run. Plus, Cramer’s going Off The Charts to dig into the VIX and see if investors should be worried about a turn from bull to bear territory in the next few months. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 28, 2019
Jim Cramer has spent his life on Wall Street, and he has taken his years of experience and compiled a list of rules that will help you navigate the ups and downs that this market can throw at you. From knowing how to build the strongest diversified portfolio to accepting when it’s time to move on from an investment that’s going sideways, Cramer’s sharing the method behind the madness that he employs every night on Mad Money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 27, 2019
The Dow closed up 55 points with all three major indices hitting all-time highs and Cramer’s breaking down today’s headlines. Then, the price of gold has fallen, but should investors consider hedging their portfolios with the addition of the precious metal? Cramer’s digging into the gold industry with Agnico Eagle Mines’ CEO. And, Zappos recently celebrated two decades of growth and Jim Cramer is sitting down with the Amazon subsidiary’s CEO, Tony Hsieh, to discuss where the “service first” company is headed next. Plus, if you think that Charles Schwab’s acquisition of TD Ameritrade was just a coincidence, then you need to think again. Cramer’s revealing the influence that millennials have had on this market. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 26, 2019
Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box,” anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer. Listen in to today’s episode and subscribe to the podcast. Michael Bloomberg’s campaign co-chair Greg Fischer believes in his candidate, and trusts that voters who get to know him will believe in him, too. Former Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp discusses Elizabeth Warren’s tax plans with CNBC’s Robert Frank and former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Axios’ Dan Primack maps out Uber’s road ahead after London revoked its operating license. Disney+ makes a strong debut, and the fake meat market is heating up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 26, 2019
Rebounding from its first weekly decline in over a month, the Dow rose 191 points hitting an all-time high and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s market moves. First, the chairman and CEO of Bristol-Myers Squibb, Giovanni Caforio, comes back to Mad Money to talk about what the future holds for the company after the completion of its acquisition of Celgene. Then, Manny Chirico, the chairman and CEO of PVH sits down with Cramer to talk about the company’s latest quarter and what he is seeing for the future of apparel. And, could Dupont’s former CEO bring 3D printing company, Carbon, into a new dimension? Cramer’s sitting down with Dr. Joseph DeSimone, the company’s cofounder, and President & CEO, Ellen Kullman, to talk about how the transition will impact the company’s future and the quest for innovation in the 3D printing space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 23, 2019
The Dow finished the week up 109 points today but still posted its first weekly decline in over a month, and Jim Cramer’s giving you his Game Plan for next week’s action. Then, has Clorox been cleaned out? Chairman and CEO Benno Dorer joins Cramer to talk about where the company is headed after disappointing earnings. And, the CEO of SoFi, Anthony Noto, comes back to Mad Money to dig deeper into the personalized online banking play. Plus, Five9 has been on a bullish cloud nine lately – CEO Rowan Trollope stops by to talk about why the cloud-based software stock is thriving. Finally, Salesforce.org’s Ebony Beckwith sits down with Cramer to discuss the company’s philanthropic efforts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 22, 2019
The Dow closed down 55 points today and Jim Cramer’s digging into today’s biggest movers. Then, does AMD have more room to run in the chipmaker market? Cramer’s sitting down with Lisa Su, President & CEO of Advanced Micro Devices to give us the inside scoop on the company's upcoming plans. And, United Airlines has stood apart from its peers with its investment in technology, but can it pay off in the long run? Cramer’s digging into the matter with CEO Oscar Munoz. Plus, after months of declines in the cannabis cohort we finally saw some upside today, but is the cannabis industry ready to stay smokin’ hot? Cramer’s breaking down what all the noise is about and whether you should take a second look at the space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 21, 2019
The Dow closed down 113 points today and Cramer’s coming at you from San Francisco to break down today’s declines. Then, it’s not Buckingham Palace, but it might as well be. Cramer heads to cloud prince Okta’s headquarters to sit down with its CEO and learn more about the stock’s recent rebound and what the company is seeing in the emerging tech landscape. And, Cramer’s sitting down with newly public PagerDuty’s CEO to dig into the stock’s declines and see if now might be the level where the stock is worth owning. Plus, after its $15b acquisition from Salesforce, Cramer’s sitting down with Tableau Software’s CEO to learn more about its integration into the Salesforce ecosystem.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 20, 2019
The Dow snapped its recent gains, closing down 102 points, and Jim Cramer’s in San Francisco to make sense of today’s declines. Tonight, Cramer’s coming at you from the first day of Salesforce’s Dreamforce to sit down with Founder, Chairman and Co-CEO, Marc Benioff, to learn more about how the cloud has changed the way we know business. Then, Nvidia’s Founder, President and CEO, Jensen Huang, joins Cramer to break down the company’s latest quarter and to understand why the market is so confused on what to make of the stock. And, Square has a new CFO at the helm, and Cramer’s checking in with Amrita Ahuja to find out more about taking over the CFO position and what she sees on the horizon for the company. Plus, with Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway disclosing a major stake in RH, formerly known as Restoration Hardware, Cramer’s learning more from Chairman and CEO, Gary Friedman, to see exactly what Buffett found so appealing about the high-end furniture chain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 19, 2019
The Dow surged 223 points higher, hitting 28,000 points and ending the week with a new record high. With the market at these levels, Jim Cramer’s making sure you are set up for next week with his game plan. Then, Cramer’s submitting his homework on Datadog, but what grade will he give this growing analytics platform stock after its recent rally? And, Covetrus’ stock has been beaten down, but could a change of leadership push the stock higher? Cramer’s sitting down with the animal health stock’s new CEO, Benjamin Wolin, to learn more about the company’s turnaround plans. Finally, Founder, Chairman and CEO of cloud-based software stock LivePerson, Rob LoCascio, is back in the Mad Money studio to talk about the company’s mixed earnings and its plans for future growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 19, 2019
The Dow surged 223 points higher, hitting 28,000 points and ending the week with a new record high. With the market at these levels, Jim Cramer’s making sure you are set up for next week with his game plan. Then, Cramer’s submitting his homework on Datadog, but what grade will he give this growing analytics platform stock after its recent rally? And, Covetrus’ stock has been beaten down, but could a change of leadership push the stock higher? Cramer’s sitting down with the animal health stock’s new CEO, Benjamin Wolin, to learn more about the company’s turnaround plans. Finally, Founder, Chairman and CEO of cloud-based software stock LivePerson, Rob LoCascio, is back in the Mad Money studio to talk about the company’s mixed earnings and its plans for future growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 16, 2019
The Dow surged 223 points higher, hitting 28,000 points and ending the week with a new record high. With the market at these levels, Jim Cramer’s making sure you are set up for next week with his game plan. Then, Cramer’s submitting his homework on Datadog, but what grade will he give this growing analytics platform stock after its recent rally? And, Covetrus’ stock has been beaten down, but could a change of leadership push the stock higher? Cramer’s sitting down with the animal health stock’s new CEO, Benjamin Wolin, to learn more about the company’s turnaround plans. Finally, Founder, Chairman and CEO of cloud-based software stock LivePerson, Rob LoCascio, is back in the Mad Money studio to talk about the company’s mixed earnings and its plans for future growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 15, 2019
The Dow closed down 2 points and Cramer’s digging into today’s biggest movers. Then, just ahead of the merger between Viacom and CBS, Cramer’s sitting down with Viacom’s CEO, and future head of ViacomCBS, to learn about the details of the deal and what he sees in the everchanging media landscape. And, BioMarin’s stock has been up and down as of late, and Cramer’s checking in with the CEO fresh off its R&D day to check in on the company. Plus, Cramer’s turning in his homework on Progyny, a recent IPO, that he feels could be attractive at these levels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 14, 2019
The Dow closed up 92 points and Cramer’s digging into another record day. Then, after a powerful post-earnings move, Cramer’s checking in with the CEO of Dexcom to make sense of the stock’s recent strength. And, just ahead of the new year, Cramer’s pinning two fitness stocks against each other, Planet Fitness vs. Peloton, to see which stock could keep your portfolio in shape. And, the mall and lodging REIT’s have felt the pain recently. Cramer’s sitting down with Hersha Hospitality’s CEO to see if this high-end hotel real estate investment trust is ready to rise above the pack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 13, 2019
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November 11, 2019
The Dow closed up 10 points and Cramer’s breaking down the market’s movement on the first day after a record-breaking week on Wall Street. Then, could cruise lines keep your portfolio in shipshape? Cramer’s sitting down with Frank Del Rio, CEO of Norwegian Cruise Lines, to dig into the company’s better than expected quarter from the company’s newest ship, the Encore. Then, the CEO of Charles River Laboratories joins Cramer to discuss the company’s outlook after reporting a mixed quarter. Finally, Cramer’s going Off The Charts to find out if the recent string of all-time highs can be sustained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 9, 2019
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November 8, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 7, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 6, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 5, 2019
The Dow closed up 115 points with all three major indices hitting all-time closing highs and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s headlines. Then, Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO of electric scooter ride sharing company, OjO, to learn more about the scooter sharing craze and the company’s plans for disrupting the market. And, J2 Global, the company behind brands like Mashable, PCMag, and Offers.com, has seen strong stock performance recently, and Cramer’s learning more about how this digital powerhouse has grown into $4.8b company from its CEO. Plus, what was it in Wayfair’s quarter that caused the stock to sell off after earnings? Cramer’s giving his take and sharing if you should buy the dip or stay away.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 1, 2019
The Dow closed up 301 points with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting a record close to finish the week, and Jim Cramer’s giving you his Game Plan to make sure you’re ready for next week’s action. Then, after earnings, Grubhub’s stock fell 43% in a single day. Cramer’s digging into why the company delivered such a dismal quarter and what you should make of it at these levels. Plus, the homebuilder stocks are hot this year, but with a recent pullback from their highs, could this be the buying opportunity you’ve been waiting for? Cramer’s building his thesis on the recent growth in the cohort. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
October 31, 2019
The Dow closed down 140 points today and Cramer’s digging into the headlines and making sense of today’s declines. Then, did you know Jim Cramer eats Smarties every day? In honor of Halloween, Cramer’s sitting down with Smarties Co-President to learn more about the company’s 70-year history. And, down over 3% after earnings, Cramer’s drilling into Columbia Sportswear’s quarter with its CEO to see if the stock can get back in favor in the Wall Street fashion show. Plus, Cramer’s reading the pulse of the consumer with Eurazeo Brands’ managing director, Adrianne Shapira, and learning more about the company’s latest investment, a minority stake in Herschel Supply Co.
October 30, 2019
The Dow closed up 115 points with the S&P 500 hitting another all-time high and Cramer’s digging into Apple and Facebook’s earnings reports. Then, after earnings Wingstop is proving it’s no chicken. Cramer’s making sense of the quarter with the company’s CEO. And, up 16% in a single day after earnings, Spotify’s investors were hearing the music, but could this run be sustained? Cramer’s breaking down the headlines and sharing if he feels the stock has more room to run. Plus, Cramer’s getting the 4-1-1 from the CEO of Trex to drill into the quarter and discuss the company’s long-term prospects.
October 29, 2019
The Dow closed down 19 points, and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s headlines. Then, after reporting a strong quarter Zebra Technologies rallied nearly 7% today, but could the stock have more room to run? Cramer’s checking in with the CEO. And, after earnings Twitter has fallen from the sky, but could this bird earn its wings back? Cramer’s sharing if the recent dip presents a buying opportunity or whether you should stay away. Plus, what should you make of Baxter International’s post-earnings decline? Cramer’s breaking down a key piece of information that should impact your strategy when dealing with the stock.
October 25, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
October 24, 2019
The Dow closed down 28 points and Jim Cramer is digging into one of the busiest weeks of earnings season. Then, after earnings, American Electric Power hit an all-time high, but could this utility continue to power higher? Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO. And, managed care stocks have been caught in political crosshairs, but could Centene rise from the pack? Cramer’s digging into the quarter with the company’s top brass. Plus, the cloud cohort has looked a little dark as of late. Cramer’s assessing the cloud stock damage and giving you a strategy on how to manage the pain in the cloud space and what to make of today’s moves.
October 23, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
October 22, 2019
The Dow closed down 40 points today and Jim Cramer is digging into today’s hottest stocks. Then, Hasbro’s stock got hammered today, and Cramer’s going right to the source to make sense of the quarter with the CEO. And, electronics companies have been caught in the trade war crosshairs, but what should you make of the Logitech after last night’s earnings report? Cramer’s got the company’s top brass. Plus, this week is National Business Women’s week and Cramer’s sitting down with the founders and general partners of Victress Capital to learn more about its mission to invest in consumer-oriented companies that are led by women.
October 22, 2019
The Dow closed down 40 points today and Jim Cramer is digging into today’s hottest stocks. Then, Hasbro’s stock got hammered today, and Cramer’s going right to the source to make sense of the quarter with the CEO. And, electronics companies have been caught in the trade war crosshairs, but what should you make of the Logitech after last night’s earnings report? Cramer’s got the company’s top brass. Plus, this week is National Business Women’s week and Cramer’s sitting down with the founders and general partners of Victress Capital to learn more about its mission to invest in consumer-oriented companies that are led by women.
October 21, 2019
The market ended the day up 57 points and Jim Cramer is here to break down today’s market action. Then, if the industrials are lagging, what is Dover doing that sets it apart from the competition? Cramer’s looking at the company’s report from last week and asking why this former loser is now the industrial sector’s winner. And Scott Cutler, the new CEO of StockX, is here to tell Cramer what the retailer is all about and what to make of the focus on footwear. Plus, Cramer’s analyzing the bull market to find out if a recession is really on the horizon in a special Monday edition of Off The Charts.
October 21, 2019
The market ended the day up 57 points and Jim Cramer is here to break down today’s market action. Then, if the industrials are lagging, what is Dover doing that sets it apart from the competition? Cramer’s looking at the company’s report from last week and asking why this former loser is now the industrial sector’s winner. And Scott Cutler, the new CEO of StockX, is here to tell Cramer what the retailer is all about and what to make of the focus on footwear. Plus, Cramer’s analyzing the bull market to find out if a recession is really on the horizon in a special Monday edition of Off The Charts.
October 18, 2019
The Dow closed down 255 points to end the first week of earnings season, and Cramer’s got his playbook to give you his game plan for next week’s reports. Then, financials are at the forefront this week, and Cramer’s giving his take on the major institutions-Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and Wells Fargo- after they collectively reported above estimates this past week. Then, Cramer’s looking at his cloud kings and why they might be turning into storm clouds after the latest sell-off.
October 18, 2019
The Dow closed down 255 points to end the first week of earnings season, and Cramer’s got his playbook to give you his game plan for next week’s reports. Then, financials are at the forefront this week, and Cramer’s giving his take on the major institutions-Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and Wells Fargo- after they collectively reported above estimates this past week. Then, Cramer’s looking at his cloud kings and why they might be turning into storm clouds after the latest sell-off.
October 17, 2019
The Dow closed up 24 points today and Jim Cramer’s looking at the latest quarterly reports and why his acronym NABAF, “not as bad as feared”, is taking control this earnings season. Then, after earnings Netflix’s stock came to play, but is today’s bounce sustainable or an opportunity to ring the register? Cramer’s digging into the video streaming kingpin. And, our callers have called in and alerted Cramer about Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, and tonight Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO to make sense of the stock’s 800% run in the last two years. Plus, Cramer’s playing “Am I Diversified” to make sure Cramerica has what it takes to tackle earnings season.
October 17, 2019
The Dow closed up 24 points today and Jim Cramer’s looking at the latest quarterly reports and why his acronym NABAF, “not as bad as feared”, is taking control this earnings season. Then, after earnings Netflix’s stock came to play, but is today’s bounce sustainable or an opportunity to ring the register? Cramer’s digging into the video streaming kingpin. And, our callers have called in and alerted Cramer about Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, and tonight Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO to make sense of the stock’s 800% run in the last two years. Plus, Cramer’s playing “Am I Diversified” to make sure Cramerica has what it takes to tackle earnings season.
October 16, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
October 16, 2019
The Dow closed down 23 points and on a big day for earnings, Cramer’s making sure you’re ready to navigate the latest reports. Then, fresh off the release of his new book, Trailblazer, Cramer’s sitting down with Salesforce’s Founder and Co-CEO, Marc Benioff, to go beyond the company and dive into Benioff’s latest release. And, there has been a lot of worry about the health insurance space, but after delivering a strong quarter, Cramer’s breaking down what you should make of UnitedHealth at these levels. Plus, Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO of financial technology firm, Wex, to see if the market is ready to fall in love with the space again.
October 15, 2019
Mad Money w/Jim Cramer 10/15/19
October 15, 2019
Jim Cramer has been in this business for a long time, and he is ready to share his rules to finding success in the market. From knowing when is a good time to buy, to keeping your emotions in check, Cramer’s got your back so that you can become an expert investor.
October 15, 2019
Jim Cramer has been in this business for a long time, and he is ready to share his rules to finding success in the market. From knowing when is a good time to buy, to keeping your emotions in check, Cramer’s got your back so that you can become an expert investor.
October 14, 2019
Mad Money w/Jim Cramer 10/14/19
October 14, 2019
Whether you’re young, old, or somewhere in between, tonight Jim Cramer is breaking down how to invest no matter where you are in life. The strategy isn’t the same for a newborn as it is for a retiree and Cramer’s making sure you’re set up to succeed regardless of your age.
October 11, 2019
The Dow soared 320 points today with renewed hopes of a China trade deal and Cramer’s looking back at this week’s action and giving you his Game Plan of what to expect next week. Then, Cramer’s got Todd Penegor, the President and CEO of Wendy’s, to talk about the stock’s wake-up with the announcement of breakfast offerings and where the company’s headed. And, get out your notebooks, because Cramer’s turning in his homework on BioLife Solutions and InMode and you’re going to want to take notes on these intriguing healthcare stocks!
October 11, 2019
Mad Money w/Jim Cramer 10/11/19
October 10, 2019
The Dow closed up 151 points and Jim Cramer is revealing 4 qualities to look for while stock picking in this market. Then, Cramer’s sitting down with Mickey Drexler, the former CEO & Chairman of J.Crew, to discuss the future of retail and his latest venture, Alex Mill. And, last night Bed Bath and Beyond announced a new CEO which caused the stock to rally over 21% today. Cramer’s making sense of the headlines and sharing whether this is the catalyst the company needed for change. Finally, could the maker of Spam be the secret to staying defensive in this market? Cramer’s chatting with Hormel’s Chairman, President & CEO, Jim Snee, to discuss where the company is headed next.
October 10, 2019
The Dow closed up 151 points and Jim Cramer is revealing 4 qualities to look for while stock picking in this market. Then, Cramer’s sitting down with Mickey Drexler, the former CEO & Chairman of J.Crew, to discuss the future of retail and his latest venture, Alex Mill. And, last night Bed Bath and Beyond announced a new CEO which caused the stock to rally over 21% today. Cramer’s making sense of the headlines and sharing whether this is the catalyst the company needed for change. Finally, could the maker of Spam be the secret to staying defensive in this market? Cramer’s chatting with Hormel’s Chairman, President & CEO, Jim Snee, to discuss where the company is headed next.
October 10, 2019
Volatility Cheat Sheet, Hormel CEO, And Bed Bath & Beyond Turnaround?
October 9, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
October 8, 2019
The Dow accelerated its losses into the close ultimately ending the session down 314 points, and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s moves. Then, when the market opened it looked like Wall Street wasn’t pleased with Domino’s Pizza’s quarter, but the stock reversed course and closed up nearly 5%. Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO to digest the quarter. And, a week and a half ago we learned DE Shaw, a major activist hedge fund, took a position in Emerson, so what could that mean for the company? Cramer’s finding out more from Emerson’s top brass. Plus, could today’s action mean the market has reached a peak? Cramer’s going Off the Charts with the help of Rob Moreno to dig into the technicals.
October 8, 2019
The Dow accelerated its losses into the close ultimately ending the session down 314 points, and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s moves. Then, when the market opened it looked like Wall Street wasn’t pleased with Domino’s Pizza’s quarter, but the stock reversed course and closed up nearly 5%. Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO to digest the quarter. And, a week and a half ago we learned DE Shaw, a major activist hedge fund, took a position in Emerson, so what could that mean for the company? Cramer’s finding out more from Emerson’s top brass. Plus, could today’s action mean the market has reached a peak? Cramer’s going Off the Charts with the help of Rob Moreno to dig into the technicals.
October 8, 2019
The Dow accelerated its losses into the close ultimately ending the session down 314 points, and Jim Cramer’s making sense of today’s moves. Then, when the market opened it looked like Wall Street wasn’t pleased with Domino’s Pizza’s quarter, but the stock reversed course and closed up nearly 5%. Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO to digest the quarter. And, a week and a half ago we learned DE Shaw, a major activist hedge fund, took a position in Emerson, so what could that mean for the company? Cramer’s finding out more from Emerson’s top brass. Plus, could today’s action mean the market has reached a peak? Cramer’s going Off the Charts with the help of Rob Moreno to dig into the technicals.
October 7, 2019
The Dow fell 96 points today to start the week and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s action. Then, Cramer’s digging into Costco, and explaining how trading on headlines may not be the best strategy. And, Six Flags has been on a rollercoaster ride trying to buy up Cedar Fair. Cramer’s digesting the headlines and sharing if you should buckle in and ride out these two stocks or get out before the ride comes to a halt. Plus, Vlad Shmunis, the founder, chairman, and CEO of RingCentral is here to discuss the cloud stock that’s on cloud nine after announcing an exclusive deal with Avaya.
October 7, 2019
The Dow fell 96 points today to start the week and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s action. Then, Cramer’s digging into Costco, and explaining how trading on headlines may not be the best strategy. And, Six Flags has been on a rollercoaster ride trying to buy up Cedar Fair. Cramer’s digesting the headlines and sharing if you should buckle in and ride out these two stocks or get out before the ride comes to a halt. Plus, Vlad Shmunis, the founder, chairman, and CEO of RingCentral is here to discuss the cloud stock that’s on cloud nine after announcing an exclusive deal with Avaya.
October 4, 2019
The Dow soared 373 points today after a volatile week, and Jim Cramer’s setting you up for next week with his Game Plan. Then, Cramer sits down with the founder and CEO of Stitch Fix, Katrina Lake, to get more insight on the company’s fourth quarter earnings report and plans for the future. And, with interest rates falling investors tend to turn to the REIT’s for yield- Cramer’s looking at real estate investment trusts as a possible play in this environment. Plus, Clorox has cleaned up today, erasing yesterday’s losses, but should you jump in? Cramer’s done his homework on whether or not you should buy after the company’s negative analyst meeting earlier this week.
October 4, 2019
The Dow soared 373 points today after a volatile week, and Jim Cramer’s setting you up for next week with his Game Plan. Then, Cramer sits down with the founder and CEO of Stitch Fix, Katrina Lake, to get more insight on the company’s fourth quarter earnings report and plans for the future. And, with interest rates falling investors tend to turn to the REIT’s for yield- Cramer’s looking at real estate investment trusts as a possible play in this environment. Plus, Clorox has cleaned up today, erasing yesterday’s losses, but should you jump in? Cramer’s done his homework on whether or not you should buy after the company’s negative analyst meeting earlier this week.
October 4, 2019
The Dow soared 373 points today after a volatile week, and Jim Cramer’s setting you up for next week with his Game Plan. Then, Cramer sits down with the founder and CEO of Stitch Fix, Katrina Lake, to get more insight on the company’s fourth quarter earnings report and plans for the future. And, with interest rates falling investors tend to turn to the REIT’s for yield- Cramer’s looking at real estate investment trusts as a possible play in this environment. Plus, Clorox has cleaned up today, erasing yesterday’s losses, but should you jump in? Cramer’s done his homework on whether or not you should buy after the company’s negative analyst meeting earlier this week.
October 3, 2019
The Dow rebounded 122 points today and Jim Cramer’s revealing a new acronym that can help you be a wiser investor this earnings season. Then, what should you make of Constellation Brands after earnings? Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO and digging into its report. And, Ulta’s stock took a post-earnings hit, but could pretty profits be in its future? Plus, with recent market turbulence, Cramer’s playing “Am I Diversified” to see if Cramerica’s portfolios can stand the test of volatility.
October 3, 2019
The Dow rebounded 122 points today and Jim Cramer’s revealing a new acronym that can help you be a wiser investor this earnings season. Then, what should you make of Constellation Brands after earnings? Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO and digging into its report. And, Ulta’s stock took a post-earnings hit, but could pretty profits be in its future? Plus, with recent market turbulence, Cramer’s playing “Am I Diversified” to see if Cramerica’s portfolios can stand the test of volatility.
October 3, 2019
The Dow rebounded 122 points today and Jim Cramer’s revealing a new acronym that can help you be a wiser investor this earnings season. Then, what should you make of Constellation Brands after earnings? Cramer’s sitting down with the CEO and digging into its report. And, Ulta’s stock took a post-earnings hit, but could pretty profits be in its future? Plus, with recent market turbulence, Cramer’s playing “Am I Diversified” to see if Cramerica’s portfolios can stand the test of volatility.
October 2, 2019
The Dow plunged 494 points today, and Jim Cramer is easing your fears and putting the decline into context. Then, in a sea of red, there was a glimmer of green in Paychex. Cramer’s checking in with the CEO to make sense of the company’s earnings and what he’s seeing in the employment landscape. Plus, yesterday Charles Schwab announced the elimination of commissions and the brokerage houses got hit hard. Cramer’s breaking down what the future looks like for the brokerage firms and what you should make of the move to commission-free trading. And, what's special about McCormick’s recent quarter? Cramer’s sharing the real reason behind the stock’s recent strong performance.
October 2, 2019
The Dow plunged 494 points today, and Jim Cramer is easing your fears and putting the decline into context. Then, in a sea of red, there was a glimmer of green in Paychex. Cramer’s checking in with the CEO to make sense of the company’s earnings and what he’s seeing in the employment landscape. Plus, yesterday Charles Schwab announced the elimination of commissions and the brokerage houses got hit hard. Cramer’s breaking down what the future looks like for the brokerage firms and what you should make of the move to commission-free trading. And, what's special about McCormick’s recent quarter? Cramer’s sharing the real reason behind the stock’s recent strong performance.
October 2, 2019
The Dow plunged 494 points today, and Jim Cramer is easing your fears and putting the decline into context. Then, in a sea of red, there was a glimmer of green in Paychex. Cramer’s checking in with the CEO to make sense of the company’s earnings and what he’s seeing in the employment landscape. Plus, yesterday Charles Schwab announced the elimination of commissions and the brokerage houses got hit hard. Cramer’s breaking down what the future looks like for the brokerage firms and what you should make of the move to commission-free trading. And, what's special about McCormick’s recent quarter? Cramer’s sharing the real reason behind the stock’s recent strong performance.
October 1, 2019
The Dow fell 344 points, and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s moves. Then, Consolidated Edison has proven to be a powerhouse utility, but could the lights stay bright with this stock? Cramer’s sitting down with the company’s Chairman, President & CEO. And, what should you make of the news surrounding U.S. regulation on Chinese IPO’s? Cramer’s making sense of the headlines and digging into the latest IPO’s from China. Plus, Cramer’s getting technical and going off the Charts with the help of Bob Lang on McDonald’s, Chipotle, and Jack in the Box.
October 1, 2019
The Dow fell 344 points, and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s moves. Then, Consolidated Edison has proven to be a powerhouse utility, but could the lights stay bright with this stock? Cramer’s sitting down with the company’s Chairman, President & CEO. And, what should you make of the news surrounding U.S. regulation on Chinese IPO’s? Cramer’s making sense of the headlines and digging into the latest IPO’s from China. Plus, Cramer’s getting technical and going off the Charts with the help of Bob Lang on McDonald’s, Chipotle, and Jack in the Box.
October 1, 2019
The Dow fell 344 points, and Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s moves. Then, Consolidated Edison has proven to be a powerhouse utility, but could the lights stay bright with this stock? Cramer’s sitting down with the company’s Chairman, President & CEO. And, what should you make of the news surrounding U.S. regulation on Chinese IPO’s? Cramer’s making sense of the headlines and digging into the latest IPO’s from China. Plus, Cramer’s getting technical and going off the Charts with the help of Bob Lang on McDonald’s, Chipotle, and Jack in the Box.
September 30, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 30, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 30, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 27, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 27, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 27, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 26, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 26, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 26, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 25, 2019
The Dow closed up 163 points today and Cramer’s digging into today's action and the important message behind Nike’s earnings report. Then, the last couple of months has brought a rotation out of cloud stocks, and Cloud King, Twilio, has felt the brunt of it. Tonight, Cramer’s sitting down with Twilio’s CEO to make sense of the declines. And, it’s been a whirlwind for Whirlpool, and Cramer’s going off the charts to see what the technicals say about the stock’s future. Plus, the CEO of CNBC Disruptor, Apeel, the company who is extending the shelf-life of fruit, joins Cramer to dig into his business and the future of sustainability in the food industry.
September 25, 2019
The Dow closed up 163 points today and Cramer’s digging into today's action and the important message behind Nike’s earnings report. Then, the last couple of months has brought a rotation out of cloud stocks, and Cloud King, Twilio, has felt the brunt of it. Tonight, Cramer’s sitting down with Twilio’s CEO to make sense of the declines. And, it’s been a whirlwind for Whirlpool, and Cramer’s going off the charts to see what the technicals say about the stock’s future. Plus, the CEO of CNBC Disruptor, Apeel, the company who is extending the shelf-life of fruit, joins Cramer to dig into his business and the future of sustainability in the food industry.
September 25, 2019
The Dow closed up 163 points today and Cramer’s digging into today's action and the important message behind Nike’s earnings report. Then, the last couple of months has brought a rotation out of cloud stocks, and Cloud King, Twilio, has felt the brunt of it. Tonight, Cramer’s sitting down with Twilio’s CEO to make sense of the declines. And, it’s been a whirlwind for Whirlpool, and Cramer’s going off the charts to see what the technicals say about the stock’s future. Plus, the CEO of CNBC Disruptor, Apeel, the company who is extending the shelf-life of fruit, joins Cramer to dig into his business and the future of sustainability in the food industry.
September 24, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 24, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 24, 2019
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer.
September 23, 2019
The Dow snapped a two-day losing streak, gaining 15 points, and Jim Cramer’s kicking off the week with his take on the market. Then, Canopy Growth was once red hot in the cannabis space, but with new management at the helm, is this the spark the company needed? Cramer’s got the exclusive with Canopy’s new CEO. And, the CEO of Nutanix visits the Mad Money set and Cramer’s seeing if this former high-flier has what it takes to get its mojo back. Plus, the “Oracle of Oil”, Rusty Braziel of RBN Energy is here to make sense of the headlines in the oil and gas industry.
September 23, 2019
The Dow snapped a two-day losing streak, gaining 15 points, and Jim Cramer’s kicking off the week with his take on the market. Then, Canopy Growth was once red hot in the cannabis space, but with new management at the helm, is this the spark the company needed? Cramer’s got the exclusive with Canopy’s new CEO. And, the CEO of Nutanix visits the Mad Money set and Cramer’s seeing if this former high-flier has what it takes to get its mojo back. Plus, the “Oracle of Oil”, Rusty Braziel of RBN Energy is here to make sense of the headlines in the oil and gas industry.
September 23, 2019
The Dow snapped a two-day losing streak, gaining 15 points, and Jim Cramer’s kicking off the week with his take on the market. Then, Canopy Growth was once red hot in the cannabis space, but with new management at the helm, is this the spark the company needed? Cramer’s got the exclusive with Canopy’s new CEO. And, the CEO of Nutanix visits the Mad Money set and Cramer’s seeing if this former high-flier has what it takes to get its mojo back. Plus, the “Oracle of Oil”, Rusty Braziel of RBN Energy is here to make sense of the headlines in the oil and gas industry.
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