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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Tuesday, June 29, 2021.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.


      (1) [No Video Clip] Stock Market Menu: Merck, dividend aristocrats, wood stocks, IPOs, SPACs, Cryptos, tocks in Flux, Facebook, Paycheck, Shopify, NVIDIA


      (2) Executive Interview: Shopify president says small business will lead the pandemic recovery in cities (

      • “What we are seeing is that entrepreneurship is now part of the global recovery story,” Shopify President Harley Finkelstein said in a “Mad Money” interview with Jim Cramer.
      • “Small business is going to lead the charge in bringing our cities and communities back to where we were pre-pandemic,” Finkelstein added.

      Ticker: SHOP


      (3) [No Video Clip] Off-the-Chart: Seasonal Patterns

      Bottom Line: “For a reliable, short-term trade, buy the S&P at the Open on Thursday (July 1), and sell on Friday (July 2).”
      Bottom Line: “The Chartist points out that thee  a hardly any volume behind MSFT’s recent run. But the Chartist recommends steering clear o big tech right now.”


      (4) Executive Interview: CEO of payroll provider Paychex sees hiring rates picking up in September (

      • Paychex CEO Marty Mucci said multiple challenges are weighing on the job market and he expects many more people will be seeking jobs later this year.
      • “I think we kind of see this all coming together around the September time frame, and I think that will really open up the market to allow people to be able to hire a little bit easier,” he said in a “Mad Money” interview.
      • “What we’re hearing from our clients is really it’s a combination of many things that [are] making it tough to hire,” he said.

      Ticker: RAYX


      (5)nCramer’s lightning round: Buy the stock of Clorox (

      • Reinvent Technology Partners: “It’s a SPAC and this is the hippo, which people like for insurance, and I’m not going to fight it because it’s under $10.”
      • Baidu: “Baidu is my second favorite after Alibaba. I mean, for people who don’t like Alibaba Baidu is making a real comeback here. Those are the only two that I’ve really been talking about, other than JD. I don’t like a lot of the Chinese stocks. Didi is pricing tonight. That is one I do like. That’s the Uber of China.”
      • DigitalOcean Holdings: “Just go with Adobe.”
      • Clorox: “I am betting right now that Linda Rendle is going to make you money if you buy the stock of Clorox under $180. I want to bank with her, right here. I think it makes sense, 2.5% yield, good company. Buy the stock of Clorox.”
      • 23andme: “That’s Anne Wojcicki. She’s bankable … this is a really good company.”



      (6) [No Video Clip] Facebook vs The FTC  — Takeaway: Government is not a reason to sell stock.


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audiences): Macy’s (M) [cheap enough to own], Coupang (CPNG) [buy BABA], ContextLogic (WISH), nCino (NCNO) [stick with it]  


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